Lauren Goodger says she’ll be ‘pregnant again with a baby boy’ by December 2021

Lauren Goodger has told fans she will be pregnant with a baby boy by December of this year.

The 34-year-old TOWIE star has just announced she is expecting a child with boyfriend Charles Drury, but she's already talking about expanding her brood.

During an interview with new! magazine, she said: "I got told I’m having this baby in July, and then in December I’m going to be pregnant again with a boy."

Lauren claimed that's what a fortune teller had told her during a recent visit.

To view the full exclusive video interview where Lauren and Charles reveal exactly how they found out and what the reaction has been click here.

Lauren and Charles, who both have their own OnlyFans pages, were first rumoured to be dating back in October 2020.

The reality star confessed their relationship escalated "quickly," telling the publication: "We were quite sexually active and I’m not on anything [contraceptives] and it happened very soon."

Charles added: "It’s something that happened naturally and we wanted it straight away. When Lauren told me, it was mixed emotions, but something that I’d always wanted."

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Having tragically suffered a miscarriage in the past, Lauren confessed she feels "nervous" about the pregnancy, and plans to rest as much as possible in the months ahead.

She told the publication: "I don’t think I’ll relax until the baby is here. I’m going to worry, because I worry anyway."

Taking to her Instagram on Monday, Lauren admitted it was so difficult to keep her pregnancy a secret.

"Hardest secret I've ever kept," she told her 758,000 social media followers.

"So my secret news is out I’m pregnant! We are having a baby and we are both so happy," she added.

It seems Lauren is finally having some good news in her life after a string of failed romances.

Meanwhile, Charles first shot into the public eye in 2019 after a short fling with Katie Price.

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