Lucy Watson wants to have children

Lucy Watson has admitted that although she's not yet ready, she hopes she will have children in the future

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Lucy poses for #MyBigCatSelfie with Darcy

Lucy Watson poses for her #MyBigCatSelfie with pet Darcy

Lucy Watson hopes to have children in the future.

The 'Made In Chelsea' star has revealed that while she's not overly keen on the idea of having kids at the moment, learning to look after her pet dog Digby and cat Darcy has made her realise she could be a good mother.

Asked if she thinks she'll have kids in the future, she exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I hope so! I'm not a huge fan of children but since having pets I think I would be different if they were my own."

The 23-year-old beauty confessed she would love it if her pets could learn to speak in the same way a baby does as she often wonders what they're thinking about.

She shared: "[If they could learn to speak] I would be so happy. It's really hard to understand what's going on in their little brains sometimes."

Lucy - who has joined forces with the National Geographic Society and Big Cats Initiative to help stop poaching, save habitat and raise awareness about what needs to be done to protect big cats around the world - went on to admit that although a potential boyfriend wouldn't have to have pets of their own, they would have to be an animal lover.

Quizzed on whether she'd like to find a boyfriend who also has pets, she said: "Not necessarily, just someone that likes animals."

The stunning brunette - who has urged cat owners to take part in the #MyBigCatCelfie campaign as part of Nat Geo WILD's Big Cat Week by posing for her own selfie with Darcy - is passionate about the cause and would love to get more involved in charity work.

She explained: "It's important to me because it is educating people on something I really care about and I want more people to care about it! I can't imagine a future without these majestic creatures. We're the only ones that can change that."

Asked if she'd consider going on a trip to campaign about the issues, she added: "I would absolutely love to do that. I know I would be slightly out of my comfort zone, but I'm always open to learning."

Big Cat Week, February 16-22 at 9pm on Nat Geo WILD, available on Sky, Virgin and BT. For further information please visit natgeotv.com/uk/big-catweek

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