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Charlotte Church Wants More Kids - But Not Just Yet

01/09/2009 08:24 | Updated 22 May 2015

Charlotte Church and Gavin Henson are planning to have more kids after their eldest has gone to school, they revealed at the christening of their young son.

The christening of seven-month-old son Dexter was a spectacular event - and can be seen across 22 pages of the latest Hello! magazine.

I wouldn't bore my closest relatives with 22 pages of pictures of my seven-month-old, but there you go. I'm sure it's riveting.

The couple are obviously keen to repeat the experience.

Welsh rugby player Henson told the magazine: "'We definitely want more kids, but we think we'll wait a few years now until Ruby goes to school."

Ruby is only 23 months old and Charlotte says she suffered during her pregnancies.

She said: "'I suffer badly with aching hips when I'm pregnant and last time, with Dexter, it was so painful."

But the singer said she did not feel pressure from the media to lose the baby weight quickly.

She said: "I couldn't care. When I get to the stage where I personally think, 'Crikey, I've got to do something about this', I'll eat less or eat healthier but I won't be spurred on by what's written in the media."

Right. However, she did reportedly lose a stone in eight weeks and admitted it was nice to have her old body back.

"The range of clothes in my wardrobe is ridiculous - they go from an eight to a 16, from when I was so big with Ruby. So yes, it is kind of nice to have my body back," she said.

Dexter was christened in a Cardiff church, followed by a big party with more than 100 guests at the family's farmhouse in the Vale of Glamorgan.

Gavin outdid the mother of his child with what has been described as a "gameshow host-style" shiny silver suit, together with gleaming metallic shoes. Niiiice.

He might get the chance to wear a white suit sometime in the future if he finally gets round to popping the question.

But Gavin said: "Hopefully we'll get married at some point, but it's not a priority or something we're planning at the moment."

Source: The Daily Mail

Source: Hello!

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