Kirsty Gallacher, 45, says she's 'completely ready' to try for another baby with mystery boyfriend

KIRSTY Gallacher has revealed that she is "completely ready" to have baby number three at the age 45.

The former Sky Sports presenter, who is in a new relationship with a mystery boyfriend, said that she is not "too old" to have another child.

The mum-of-two said that she's feeling feels physically and mentally prepared for another baby and would want to get pregnant "sooner rather than later".

Kirsty told the Women's Health UK podcast, Going For Goal: "I'd love another child. I feel completely ready for it.

"I feel healthier than ever, fitter than ever, I think my mind's better than it's ever been.

"I think sometimes when you have rough patches in your life… as long as you learn, come through it, and get yourself back in a strong place again, I think you feel rather good.

"I'd obviously want to do it sooner rather than later, but I toy with it right now."

The fitness enthusiast questioned why it should be an issue if she wants to have a child at 45.

She added: "I'm in a new relationship right now and I feel like saying, if someone's got a problem, why is that?

"Why am I too old? What is the problem if I'm fit, healthy, able, and we want to do that?"


The broadcaster split with her ex-husband, retired rugby player Paul Sampson, 43, in 2015 after a 15-year relationship. They co-parent two sons Oscar, 14, and Jude, 11.

Kirsty has previously told The Sun that he had finally found herself again after taking some bold decisions to turn her life around.

The TV star said she has come out stronger following "rough patches" in her life, including a drink driving charge shortly after the split.

She said: “I was trying to be everything to everyone and I didn’t have the time to really take stock and think about things.

I just wasn’t very happy a lot of the time, I was just going through the
motions, which isn’t a very healthy way to live and it certainly wasn’t good for me.

"So this has been a fresh start and that feels really good. If I’m honest, that person is unrecognisable to me and that makes me sad because I think of the pain I was going through.

"It was a really sad, painful time, but I’m in a place now where I’m loving my life, I’m happy, doing everything I want to do, which is brilliant.”

 

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