Danielle Lloyd has admitted she is "one hundred percent done" with having babies now that she is expecting her first girl to join her four boys.
The mum-of-four is getting ready to welcome baby number five and told New! magazine that her pregnancy days were behind her once the new baby arrived - a long-awaited girl.
Lloyd, 37, has made no secret of wanting a daughter, even booking in for gender selection treatment in Dubai, but eventually ended up expecting a girl without going ahead with the treatment.
Asked whether she was now done with having children, she replied: "One hundred percent. I will not be having any more kids now. That’s it, definitely. I just think, that’s my family now. It’s complete."
Lloyd already shares sons Archie, 10, Harry, nine, and George, seven with her ex Jamie O’Hara, and Ronnie, three with husband Michael O’Neill.
She and O'Neill had been planning on going to Dubai to ensure a daughter through gender selection, which is banned in the UK, but they didn't make it out there because of coronavirus restrictions and ended up getting pregnant anyway as they waited to be able to travel.
However, Lloyd admitted that if she had been expecting another boy, while she would have been pleased, they would have been planning on gender selection treatment for baby number six.
Talking about finding out she was expecting a girl, Lloyd said she felt she had "manifested" her daughter: "I definitely feel different but I’ve been manifesting loads and have been doing loads of meditation. I feel like I manifested her."
She also shared the heartbreak she had been through in trying for baby number five, saying that she had suffered a miscarriage in 2019 before thinking about gender selection treatment.
Lloyd said: "It was a really tough time. We were going through a lot anyway as a family, so it just wasn’t meant to be at that time. It was really hard."
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