Billie Faiers wants to christen daughter Nelly and her unborn child together
Billie Faiers wants to christen her two-year-old daughter and unborn child together to avoid having to do it twice.
Billie Faiers will have a joint christening for her daughter Nelly and her new baby next year.
The former 'The Only Way is Essex' star - who is currently three months pregnant - has decided to hold off on the church ceremony until she's given birth to her second child in March because she wants to have a big celebratory party for them both.
She explained: "We're going to do a joint one next year. Nelly has to be christened to get her into the school we want to go to. It'll be a big party because we've got so many family and friends, that's why I want to do a joint one so I don't have to do it twice."
The 26-year-old beauty - who recently quit the ITVBe show to focus on her family - has a lot going on at the moment as not only is she preparing for the arrival of her second child and busy looking after little two-year-old Nelly, but she's also trying to plan her wedding to her fiancé-of-two-years Greg Shepherd, whom she hoping to wed by the end of 2018.
Speaking to OK! magazine, Greg said:"We'll have around 60 or 70 people. It will be a Maldivian, an Italian or a big fat Greek wedding."
And Billie certainly has a lot of competition as her youngster sister Sam Faiers, 26, has teased that she'll definitely make it down the aisle with her beau Paul Knightley, with whom she has nine-month-old son Paul Tony, before she and Greg get hitched.
She said: "Sam keeps telling me that her and Paul are going to beat me down the aisle! She wants to get married but he needs to pop the question first. I think he does too, but he's a closed book so he certainly wouldn't tell me or Greg!"
The sisters recently locked horns on Sam's reality TV show 'Sam Faiers: The Mummy Diaries' after the blonde beauty announced she was planning to move to Surrey.
But, although Billie was initially hurt by Sam's decision, she has admitted she's not going to get too stressed out about it until her sibling action puts her words into actions.
She said: "I was shocked. I was like "Why would you want to move to Surrey? But unless she actually moves, there's no point getting stressed about it."