Strictly Come Dancing professional Ola Jordan has spoken for the first time about her dreams of becoming a mum.
The 32-year-old dancer has been married to fellow Strictly star James Jordan for 11 years, and there have been rumours she's preparing to quit the Saturday night show to have a baby.
However, speaking to OK! Magazine, Ola said: "I don't know what is going to happen.
"Babies will come one day, not now I'm in the middle of the show. Let's hope God lets me have children one day because that will be amazing.
"I would like a baby, but I don't know if I'd like one next year, so we'll see how it goes.
"I might not be able to have babies, so I don't know. I might not be able to have babies, so I don't know."
Ola, who is partnering with Steve Backshall in the current series of the BBC show, added that she has hopes for a big family.
When asked how many children she'd like, she said: "Five! Three boys and two girls.
"I couldn't say whether I would prefer a boy or a girl, I'd just love whatever God gave me - it would make me and James so happy."
Last month, former Strictly star Karen Hardy announced that she's expecting a second child with her husband, Conrad Murray.
The 44-year-old ballroom expert, who whirled her way to victory on the BBC dancing contest in 2006 with cricketer Mark Ramprakash, told Twitter followers: "People might think I've been eating lots of pies - I've not.
"I'm delighted to announced that today I'm officially 20 weeks pregnant!"