Kelly Brook has revealed that she may have ‘made different choices’ about having a baby in her twenties, had she known how difficult it would be to conceive in her thirties.
The model told the Loose Women panel that she wishes she’d thought about age playing a factor in conception when she was younger.
‘I just feel like, if I’d known in my 20s how difficult having children in my 30s would be, I think I would have made different choices,’ she said.
‘I think women think you can go through your life and have a baby whenever you want, well some can and some can’t. And I don’t think I really realised that and I got so caught up in my world.’
Kelly went on to tell Ruth Langsford, Lisa Riley and Linda Robson that she put a lot of focus on her career instead.
‘Now I don’t know if I am going to able to carry a baby, I don’t know if that is in my future now. I do feel, not regret, but I think [I might have done things differently], I just felt I was in that category of work, work, work and all these opportunities,’ she continued.
‘I spent so much time focused on my career that having a family was so left behind and now I am in my late 30s, I feel like actually I wish I had kind of thought more about having more children earlier.’
In 2011, Kelly tragically lost a baby during her relationship with former rugby player Thom Evans. The ex-Big Breakfast host miscarried six months into her pregnancy.
Despite her previous tragic miscarriage heartbreak, and her concern about being able to conceive in her thirties, Kelly admitted that for now she is content with things as they are.
‘I love my life, I have women with children that come to my house and say it’s so clean,’ she mused.
‘It’s not all about children, you can be happy without children. I don’t want it to be like poor me, poor me.’
The 38-year-old is currently loved-up with Frenchman Jeremy Parisi, 32. The duo started dating in 2015.