Dancing on Ices Brianne says she and husband Kevin havent ruled out more kids

Dancing on Ice's Brianne Delcourt says she and her husband Kevin Kilbane haven't ruled out having more kids after recently announcing her pregnancy with OK!.

Speaking exclusively to OK! , skater Brianne admits it would be “nuts” to have a fourth baby, but she and former footballer Kevin say “never say never” to the idea.

Asked if their impending arrival would complete their family or if they’d like to expand their brood further, Brianne told us: “Never say never. I think everyone would think I'm nuts to have four and I would, too. But whatever happens, happens.”

But the 40 year old admits that her age does mean there is a “cut off” point when it comes to having children.

She continued: “There is a cut off point of course because of our age but I truly believe what God is going to give us God will. We’ll see. I’m not going to say that’s it as I don’t really know.

“I embrace what we have and any extra thing that happens is a blessing in our life. At the moment I have the most beautiful two girls and another one on the way and an amazing husband.”

And Kevin, 44, who met Brianne when they were partnered up on the 2020 series of Dancing On Ice, is on the same page as his wife of a year.

He told us: “I think we’ll always say never say never. It’s always at the back of our minds to have more. But we don’t take it for granted, and we know there’s lots of families who can’t have children or who struggle to have children.

“We’ll have to see what happens down the line and how Bri is after this pregnancy, and hopefully everything is OK.”

Kevin and Brianne exclusively announced they were expecting again earlier this year, and they will be adding another little to their family!

But the pregnancy hasn’t been all smooth sailing, with Brianne discovering she had a haemorrhage next to her placenta and experiencing bleeding for a whole week.

Brianne says: “I was a month along when I found out and I went for my second ultrasound quite early. We found out I had a haemorrhage and it was right by the placenta. I was bleeding for a week so I went to see a doctor. Automatically we thought something was wrong or I was miscarrying."

Kevin added: “We’d never heard of a haemorrhage in pregnancy so when you’re told that you think the worst.”

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Thankfully a few weeks later the couple were told that the haemorrhage had shrunk and all was well.

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