Charlotte Crosby to document next pregnancy on TV
Charlotte Crosby has admitted she'd love her own show when she falls pregnant as she'd like to document her whole journey into motherhood
Charlotte Crosby wants to document her next pregnancy on TV.
The former 'Geordie Shore' star almost bled to death in April when she learnt she was experiencing an ectopic pregnancy but she has admitted the traumatic experience hasn't put her off having children in the future and she'd love to have her own show based on her journey into motherhood when she does eventually fall.
Speaking to the Daily Mail Australia about having her own programme based on her pregnancy, Charlotte said: "I would like to, when I've settled down and am 29 or 30. After that I want to have a couple of years off to just spend time with the baby."
The 26-year-old beauty was reduced to tears earlier this month when she revealed she was forced to have emergency surgery after the pregnancy, which is when a fertilised egg implants itself outside of the womb, had ripped open her fallopian tube.
After opening up about her ordeal, Charlotte's former boyfriend Gary 'Gaz' Beadle, who was the father of the unborn child, blasted her for going public with the heartbreaking experience.
He said at the time: "Both my management and Charlotte's agreed we wouldn't do any interviews or talk about this horrible situation. I hadn't planned to anyway.
"Only a handful of my closest friends knew. At the end of the day, I was going to be a dad. We were going to be parents, then this happened. It's bloody awful.
"I am devastated for the both of us. That is why, when I woke up yesterday to see it everywhere, I was shocked. Rightly or wrongly, for me some things need to remain private. That may sound weird for someone who's had sex on TV, but that's the way it is."
The public showdown online led to the blonde beauty announcing she was quitting the boozy programme - the show that made her famous five years ago - to get away from Gaz.