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Brian McFadden and his fiancée Danielle Parkinson are already planning baby number two together, just one month after welcoming their daughter Ruby Jean into their lives.
The former Westlife star, 41, and partner Danielle conceived their little one through IVF treatment after suffering two heartbreaking miscarriages.
As part of the process, the couple had to freeze eggs for future children, and proud mum Danielle has revealed they hope to have another baby as fortunately they have a "strong egg" waiting in the freezer.
She says it would be "great" if they could conceive naturally, but they have the final egg to fall back on, should they need to.
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Danielle told OK! magazine : "I think we're going to try again. We'd like to."
She revealed they are "going to give it at least a year" to try again, as Danielle had to have a C-section with Ruby, and doctors advise not to get pregnant for 12 months.
"If it happens naturally, then great, but if not we’ve got a really strong egg left, the last one left in the freezer, so we can always give that a go as well," she added.
This is Danielle's first child and Brian's third.
They are ecstatic
The doting dad, who shares Molly, 19, and Lilly-Sue, 18, with Kerry Katona, concluded: "Yeah. I think we just want to enjoy having Ruby for at least a year before we think about it."
Danielle previously discussed how they struggled to get pregnant during a candid Instagram Live, saying it took a couple of years.
She said: "My self and Brian have been together for four and a half years now.
"A year into our relationship we decided to start trying for a baby, without thinking too much about it, just the odd ovulation test here and there.
Brian and Danielle welcomed their daughter last month
"After a year and a half we realised we may need some help. We made an appointment with our doctor to start the IVF process about two years ago.
"We were told all the worst news, given worst case scenarios but you just have to keep going and trying everything you can.
"Getting your body and your head in the best physical health is the most important thing… if it's something you really want you've just got to throw everything at it."
*The Miscarriage Association (01924 200 799) miscarriageassociation.org.uk supports women affected by miscarriage, ectopic and molar pregnancies. If you’re worried about a loved one you can also call the helpline which is manned Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm, or email [email protected]
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