Alesha Dixon admits she's 'running out of time' to have a third child

‘It’s taken a while to adjust’: Alesha Dixon, 41, believes she’s ‘running out of time’ to have a third child as she talks being mum to daughters Azura, 6, and Anaya, six months

Alesha Dixon believes she’s ‘running out of time’ to have a third child, as she spoke about adjusting to being a mother-of-two.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 41, said on Friday’s This Morning it’s ‘taken her a while’ to adjust to having two children, but she feels she’s ‘over the hard part now.’

Alesha is mum to daughters Azura, six, and Anaya, six months, with her partner Azuka, who joined the singer on the This Morning set. 

Race against the clock: Alesha Dixon said on This Morning on Friday she’s ‘running out of time’ to have a third child, as she spoke about adjusting to being a mother-of-two

Alesha told Eamonn Holmes and Rochelle Humes that it was a shock caring for another newborn, five years after she had her first child.

She said: ‘It has actually. It’s taken me a while to adjust to having two… It’s new challenges, but I’m getting there. I feel like I’m in the flow now. 

‘[Anaya is] at that age now where she’s just starting to sit up, she’s eating three meals a day. Life is kind of balancing out a bit, we’re over the hard part, I think.’

Gorgeous: The Britain’s Got Talent judge (pictured when she was pregnant) welcomed her second child in August

Sweet: Alesha was a guest on Friday’s This Morning to chat about the new series of Britain’s Got Talent, as well as her work on The Greatest Dancer

Another one? The star admitted it’s ‘taken time’ to adjust to having a second child, but she feels she’s now ‘over the hard part’

Candid: She said: ‘[Anaya is] at that age now where she’s just starting to sit up, she’s eating three meals a day. Life is kind of balancing out a bit, we’re over the hard part, I think’

Energetic: As host Rochelle Humes admitted she was ‘always broody,’ Alesha added: ‘I’ll go again next, because I’m running out of time’

Alesha noted that Azuka was looking after Anaya backstage, and admitted she is open to having another child.

As Rochelle admitted she is ‘always broody,’ Alesha added: ‘I’ll go again next, because I’m running out of time.’  

Alesha went onto chat about the long-awaited new series of Britain’s Got Talent, which is expected to return to screens sometime in April.

She joked that filming for the series had been ‘bonkers as usual,’ before noting the particularly bizarre act Pricasso, who creates bizarre art pieces with his manhood.  

Back soon: Alesha went onto chat about the long-awaited new series of Britain’s Got Talent, which is expected to return to screens sometime in April


Hilarious: She joked that filming for the series had been ‘bonkers as usual,’ before noting the particularly bizarre act Pricasso, who creates bizarre art pieces with his manhood

Alesha told Eamonn and Rochelle: ‘It takes a lot to shock us and that’s one of the moments where I said, ”Wow!”

‘Amanda, David and I actually went up on stage because we had to see it up close… because I didn’t believe it… Shocking… 

‘He definitely has a talent, but it’s the most bizarre talent I’ve ever seen. We can’t put that in front of the Royal Family. Absolutely not.’

Delighted: Alesha also seemed delighted to be reunited with pal Rochelle, who was standing in for Ruth Langsford to host This Morning

Busy: Elsewhere Alesha has also been hosting The Greatest Dancer live shows with Diversity star Jordan Banjo

Adorable: Following the interview, Alesha pulled in for a sweet embrace with Rochelle, while Eamonn watched on

Elsewhere Alesha has also been hosting The Greatest Dancer live shows with Diversity star Jordan Banjo, and she told Eamonn and Rochelle she’s already viewing their partnership in the same light as Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.

She said: ‘It’s kind of nice stepping into a different role, it’s more relaxed and you know Jordan and I always muck around and say we’re like the Ant and Dec of the show, where you just get to put a big arm around them, get them comfortable and make them feel supported and encouraged. We’re like the parents.’ 

‘What I love about the show is the fact that the captions and the hosts are all performers, we’re all dancers. We all have that empathy with everyone on stage.’ 

This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV.

Stylish: For her daytime TV appearance the star oozed urban chic in an olive green jumpsuit with perspex heels. This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV

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