Gemma Collins has chosen the name for her baby ahead of falling pregnant (Pictures: Getty)
Gemma Collins has become ‘at one with Mother Nature’ and plans to bring that relationship to the next level when she gives birth to her child.
While not actually pregnant yet, the former Towie star has been speaking openly about her plans to try for a baby with partner Rami Hawash, and has even chosen her future child’s name.
Speaking on her show The Gemma Collins Podcast, the 40-year-old said she had become so in tune with nature that she planned to give birth to her future child outdoors, and would be giving them a nature-based name.
Speaking to guest Lee Burkhill aka The Garden Ninja, Gemma revealed: ‘Me and Mother Nature are at one because I’m hoping to get pregnant soon.’
She added: ‘Maybe I should find a place in the forest where I can give birth to my Mother Nature’s child.’
Gemma joked that her podcast guest could be there to help out with the birth, but understandably the gardening expert said he probably wouldn’t be much help in the situation.
Gemma and Rami are hoping to have a child of their own in 2022 (Picture: Instagram)
‘Maybe I could call [the future child] Blossom’, Gemma mused. ‘The Japanese Blossom tree.’
And within seconds, Gemma had decided.
‘I know the child’s name,’ she announced. ‘It’s gonna be called Blossom!’
‘Blossom is soon to be born around Japanese blossom trees.’
The popular TV personality, who has Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) which makes it more difficult to conceive, is already acting as a step-mum to boyfriend Rami’s young son, but the couple is also desperate to have a child of their own together.
Last month it was revealed that Gemma was in ‘advanced talks’ with the BBC to document her sometimes difficult and traumatic journey to motherhood, in an attempt to help other women going through the same issues.
Gemma has previously spoken candidly about the three miscarriages she has suffered in the past, including one during lockdown last year.
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