Britain's Got Talent star Amanda Holden has revealed she won't be having any more children after the traumatic birth of her second daughter Hollie Rose.
The 41-year-old told the Daily Mirror today: “My family is now perfect and complete.”
The West End actress, who is also mum to six-year-old daughter Lexi, explained: “I just want to enjoy the four of us being together and watching the girls grow up."
A source added to the newspaper: “Amanda knows how lucky she is to have two healthy children and still be alive. She won’t risk another pregnancy.”
Amanda revealed yesterday how she nearly died when giving birth, after being rushed to hospital last month.
“As much blood as they were putting in me was going out,” she said. “For seven minutes Chris didn’t know if I was alive or dead. They ran out of my blood group in London. They had them on mopeds coming in with it.”
“There was a moment where they said I had flatlined for 40 seconds. My heart stopped and I was moments from death,” the actress added.
“I had placenta previa, a low-lying placenta that prevents you giving birth naturally. I also had placenta accreta, which meant my placenta was stuck to the caesarean scar from the two previous births.”