She announced she was expecting her fourth child earlier this month.
But Atomic Kitten’s Natasha Hamilton already has post pregnancy plans – in the form of taking part in this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Speaking exclusively to Yahoo Celebrity alongside her band mates Kerry Katona and Liz McClarnon, Tash admitted that she has been keen to take part in the show for many years.
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She told us: “I’m holding out for Strictly Come Dancing. I’ve been waiting six years!
“I could do it this year. I think they should put me on the show this year to show that they have nothing against post pregnancy women! They’ll be all inclusive!”
Natasha announced that she was expecting a child with 5ive’s Ritchie Neville on the first of this month.
She even managed to keep the information schtum from her band mates – despite being desperate to spill the beans.
She said: “I waited for 12 weeks before telling people.
“I wanted to tell the girls at Kerry’s baby shower but obviously that was Kerry’s day.
“I didn’t want to say ‘Oh guess what’. When I was in her bedroom I was dying to tell her!”
Following their success on The Big Reunion, Atomic Kitten have now signed up to the Another Time, Another Place tour alongside the likes of East 17 and All Saints.
But unlike The Big Reunion, the girls don’t think they’ll be the craziest artists when they take to the road.
Tash explained: “There’s some big bands like East 17 – I remember always reading stories about them being a bit crazy so it might be a bit more rock and roll.
“Normally we’re the loudest people on the tour but on this tour we may be a little bit scared. We’re going to take a crèche,” Kerry told us.
Liz added: “For the tour I’m going to buy them TVs. I’ll be the rock and roll out of Atomic Kitten.”
Laughing Kerry then joked: “That’ll be the day!”
The Another Time, Another Place tour kicks off on November 14 in Cardiff. Tickets are available from today.