Kelly Brook has admitted she worries she might not be able to have children now she is in her late 30s.
Kelly Brook fears she might not be able to conceive a child now she is in her late 30s.
The 38-year-old actress sadly suffered two miscarriages whilst dating ex-boyfriend Thom Evans, but has now admitted she wishes she had thought about trying for a baby when she was in her 20s instead of being a career girl.
Appearing as a guest panellist on UK TV chat show 'Loose Women' on Monday (29.01.18), she said: ''I spent so much time focused on my career that having a family was so left behind and now I am in my late 30s, I feel like actually I wish I had kind of thought more about having more children earlier.
''I I feel like now I am kind of up against it.
''I've got money, my own home and I've got my independence and all these amazing things, but I don't have children.''
The brunette beauty - who lost her first child with the former rugby star in May 2011 at just six months pregnant, and later revealed she had a second one in 2014 - didn't feel ready to become a mother when she turned 30, but would have thought differently in hindsight, if she had realised how much harder it can be to get give birth later on.
She said: ''I hit 30 and I got pregnant, and I said to myself, right, 'I am not really ready to have children, but this is an amazing opportunity. I hadn't planned to get pregnant, but unfortunately I had a miscarriage very late along the line.
''I just feel like, If I'd known in my 20s how difficult having children in my 30s would be, I think I would have made different choices.
''I think women think you can go through your life and have a baby whenever you want, well some can and some can't.
''And I don't think I really realised that and I got so caught up in my world.
''Now I don't know if I am going to able to carry a baby, I don't know if that is in my future now.
''I do feel, not regret, but I think [I might have done things differently], I just felt I was in that category of work, work, work and all these opportunities. ''
Despite her fears, Kelly - who is now dating Jeremy Parisi - never wants anyone to pity her, she added: ''I don't want it to be like poor me, poor me.
''I did have a bad experience but I've had a lot of great things happen to me. But I am yet to meet a woman who has it all.''
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