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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Lauren Goodger has “made up” her baby name

    The former ‘Only Way is Essex’ star is expecting her first child with boyfriend Charles Drury and though she won’t give birth until the summer, the pair have already settled on a moniker for if they have a girl


    Lauren told New! magazine: “I can see myself with a little girl and I’ve got a strong feeling it’s a girl.

    “In the past I’ve had fortune readings and they’ve always said, ‘You’re going to get your little Rose because my middle name is Rose.’

    “Although the name we’ve chosen isn’t Rose, it’s got something to do with that.”

    Charles added: “The girl’s name we know already. That’s mainly due to the fact of how much Lauren is hoping for a girl.”

    Lauren said: “I’ve made the name up.”

    But the couple are less sure about a boys’ name.

    Lauren admitted: “It's hard. I would like Charlie, but my sister Nicola’s son is called Charlie. And I like Charles.”

    Meanwhile, the 34-year-old star admitted she wouldn’t be surprised if she’s pregnant again by the end of the year.

    She said: “I got told I’m having this baby in July and then in December I’m going to be pregnant again with a boy.

    “It was by this fortune teller who works with the Kardashians.

    “She’s actually become a good friend.”

    Charles added: “The ideal scenario is a boy and a girl. Two or three would be perfect for me.”

    Though the couple have only been together since last October, they are making plans to get married.

    Charles admitted: “It’s all she goes on about, ‘Where’s my ring?’“

    Lauren added: “We will get married, but not while we’re in this lockdown because I want a big wedding.”

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