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Kimberley talks to Gurgle Magazine

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Kimberley Walsh, who is about to give birth to her second child, has got her sights set on a rather bootylicious babysitter for her first child. “[Beyoncé] could teach Bobby some moves and have him prepped for a global tour by the time I got home. He’s already really musical so he would love it.”

Wouldn’t we all, Kimberley?

We caught up with the gorgeous mum-to-be while she was busy juggling mum duties with supporting the Pampers UNICEF 2016 #1pack1vaccine campaign, where Pampers have pedged to donate one vaccine for every one pack of nappies, bought.

Kimberley says: “Being involved with the Pampers campaign to eliminate maternal and newborn tetenus means a lot to me. All we want to do is protect our babies, and I really feel for those mothers who don’t have the choices we do to keep our babies safe.”

Find out who the stricter parent is (Kimberley or Justin?) and how the growing family will be spending Christmas this year, all in the full interview in the latest issue of Gurgle magazine – OUT NOW!

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See the HQ magazine scans in our gallery by following the link below!

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