Danielle Lloyd 'worried' about Jamie O'Hara's Big Brother appearance
Danielle Lloyd is "worried" her ex-husband Jamie O'Hara will spill the details on their love life when he enters the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house next year
Danielle Lloyd is "worried" her ex-husband Jamie O'Hara will spill the details on their love life when he enters the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house next year.
The 33-year-old glamour model is reportedly concerned over the addition of the ex-footballer - with whom she shares three children, Archie, six, Harry, five, and George, three - to the famous house alongside her former close friend and fellow model Nicola McLean, as they know "everything about her" and could spill her secrets to the viewing public.
A source told The Sun Online: "Danielle must be worried about what Jamie will say in the house. They shared two-and-a-half years as a married couple and they've got three kids together, so he knows everything about her.
"It couldn't come at a worse time, as Nicola is also going in to the house. They're bound to discuss their shared connection to Danielle soon enough."
But the beauty - who appeared on the popular reality show herself in 2007 - isn't too concerned about her ex-husband, as she recently admitted she would like to have a baby with her fiancé Michael O'Neill, which she believes will help her kick her drinking habit.
She said: "I'd love to get pregnant again so I can start off the year right - and it would give me an excuse to stop drinking.
"Every single January I say I'm going to drink less or stop drinking altogether and every year I never stick to it.
"The boys would love another sibling and keep asking me when it's going to happen - it's so sweet."
The brunette beauty is smitten with her electrician partner and loves leading a "normal" life with him.
She said: "It's just nice being a normal mum with my kids and it's lovely having a normal fiancé.
"He's hands on and so kind, helping me with things like the school run and bathtime.
"He doesn't like all the showbiz stuff, he just leaves me to it."