Gemma Collins will ‘definitely have a baby’ in 2021 after miscarriage heartbreak

Gemma Collins has shared her plans to welcome a child into the world, revealing a tarot card reader predicted a bundle of joy could be on its way in the next year.

The former TOWIE star, 40, recently bought a sprawling new house and plans to turn one of the rooms into a nursery for her little one.

Having built up an empire with her clothing store, a hugely successful podcast and her acclaimed Diva Forever series, now she is ready to settle down.

Speaking to The Sun, Gemma opened up about her plans for a child, saying: "I just feel I'm ready for a baby. I've had an amazing career the last 10 years.

"I've now got my house. I'm settled, so I'm ready for action!"

Gemma is reported to have reunited with fellow TOWIE star James Argent, with the pair enjoying an on-off romance after meeting on the ITVBe reality series.

They split officially last summer, but have allegedly been spending more time together in recent months – though neither Gemma nor Arg have commented on the claims.

The businesswoman explained she has been visiting a tarot card specialist for readings, which are said to help in gaining insight into the past, present or future.

Referring to her tarot card reader, Gemma told the publication: "She says I'm definitely going to have a baby this year and I'll definitely get a ring on my finger.

"It had better be a big one. I want a yellow diamond. A huge one. A gigantic one!"

The reality star added that she hopes her home will be "filled up at some point" with a baby.

Last year, Gemma received praise when she bravely spoke out about her experience of miscarriage, appearing on Loose Women to raise awareness of the ordeal.

Gemma previously suffered a miscarriage in 2012, tragically losing the baby four months into the pregnancy.

During the lockdown, Gemma was unaware she was going through a miscarriage due to her Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and initially assumed she was suffering from a heavy period.

She told viewers: "It was really difficult for me in isolation because, as you know, with my condition of PCOS, it's not easy to fall pregnant and I did suffer a miscarriage which was really sad during the lockdown period."

The ITV favourite then added: "I pray every night that everything's going to work out for me. I've been quite lucky with my career but my personal life is heart-breaking.

"Having the miscarriage with someone you love very much was very heart-breaking."

Later, in November, Gemma responded to Meghan Markle's decision to speak out about her own miscarriage and revealed she had suffered three miscarriages in the past.

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