Britain's Got Talent judges request creche

The 'Britain's Got Talent' judges will be provided a creche to look after their young children when they return for the new series of the hit talent competition

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Amanda Holden

Amanda Holden

'Britain's Got Talent' producers have agreed to build a crèche for the judges' children for the next series.

The hit talent competition's panel - Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon - are all expected to return for the 2014 series, but they have asked producers to provide them on-site accommodation for their young ones.

Alesha recently gave birth to daughter Azura Sienna, while Simon is expecting his first child with girlfriend Lauren Silverman.

Comic David has a five-month-old son, Alfred, and Amanda has two daughters, Hollie, seven, and 22-month-old Alexa.

Amanda told the Daily Star Sunday newspaper: "We are all definitely coming back. It's 100 per cent signed, sealed and delivered.

"It will be a completely different show as everyone will have young babies. There will be four children under two next year. I want to get a pic of all the babies in the judges' seats. There will have to be a crèche on set now because we will all be parents."

The 42-year-old star has yet to meet co-star Alesha's newborn tot, but can't wait to welcome her daughter, as well as Simon's child, to the 'Britain's Got Talent' family.

She added: "I haven't seen Alesha's baby girl yet. I will soon but I'm giving her a bit of time to settle in. And having a baby will be the best thing that's ever happened to Simon!"

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