Atomic Kitten singer Jenny, 34, - who is eight months pregnant with non-identical twin girls - told Closer magazine that she can't wait to meet her babies, and is now enjoying her pregnancy after suffering morning sickness in the early months.
The twin girls will be Jenny's first children with husband Vinnie Juan Spiteri. She is also mum to Casper, five, from a previous relationship.
"It's Vinnie's first time as a dad and he can't wait, but he's more excited right now about my new lumps and bumps," Jenny told the magazine.
"Being pregnant is a time when some women can feel insecure, but Vinnie has kept me feeling great about myself. I've got a nice big belly, but I've not put on too much weight elsewhere apart from my bum, which I quite like.
"I'd like to say I've been watching what I eat, but I've felt so poorly with morning sickness, I've given in to what my body demands and that's usually chips and gravy!"
Jenny also told the magazine that she was really missing her mum Rita, who died of lung cancer in 2010, as she progressed through her second pregnancy.
"It's going to be difficult without her. Just silly things like having her there for advice or to look after the kids while I'm at work or for my first night out with the girls.
"I miss her every day. She was amazing, but I talk about her all the time so the babies will know who she is. She's our angel who makes everything happen for us."
The full interview appears in this week's Closer, on sale now.
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