Rochelle Humes bought her 19-month-old daughter Alaia-Mai a toy horse for Christmas.
Rochelle Humes bought her daughter a toy horse for Christmas.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''Alaia is obsessed with horses, so I bought her this horse that neighs and you can put a carrot in its mouth and it pretends to eat it.''
Rochelle also discovered another great gift for Alaia when she was out shopping for a present for her bandmate Frankie Bridge's 14-month-old son Parker.
She added: ''I bought her like one of those little cars that you can drive. I took her out shopping with me when I wanted to get Frankie's little boy a present. Alaia went in this Mini and she loved it and was driving it around the whole store and when it was time to go home she went absolutely mental, I was so embarrassed!
''Marvin was like, 'Give it to her now, she'll love it,' and I was like, 'No, she doesn't need it.' I was so proud, I was like, 'Yes, strong mum!' ''
The 25-year-old singer is thankful her daughter is still too young to have asked for expensive presents.
She said: ''It's great when they're young, you don't have to spend a great deal of money and it looks like you've got them so much. It's when they get to 11 and they're like, 'Can I have an iPad?' And you're like, 'Well you can't have anything else then.' That's when it gets expensive.''
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