Going home and spending time with your family and your real friends keeps you grounded.
I always wanted to act and sing, but my first love was ballet.
I want to tell people that I had post-natal depression because there is so much stigma around the subject and there shouldn't be.
I was born and brought up in Liverpool with my clever little sister Jemma, who is 14 and wants to be a vet. My mum Jane is an administrator and my dad Peter is a taxi driver.
I would snack on crisps and chocolate and my meals weren't the best. I ate lots of steak with creamy sauces, chips and peas, washed down with wine and a pudding.
I want to be the best mum and I want everything to be perfect - I want a fairy tale really.
I used to be such a daredevil but now I'm much more cautious.
I wanted to have a go at a pop career. My first single, 'Baby I Don't Care', was a hit, and the second, 'Bye Bye Boy', reached the Top 20.
If the press see you looking normal they can suddenly be 'oh, she's got a spot on her face, she's having a bad day'. That can be quite cruel.
Dad worked in a warehouse when I was little and I didn't see him for three years as he was doing all the overtime God gave him to buy me new ballet shoes, or a new tutu.
Ballet is such a disciplined craft and it has given me a good grounding.
I don't find it a struggle to maintain a healthy diet now as my palate has changed. I don't crave rich food.
I had absolutely no idea how I had ballooned during my pregnancy. All I thought about was eating plenty of food to keep my baby healthy.
I want to be a young mum and if I didn't have to work I'd have them tomorrow. I'd like three!
I'm an addict for underwear.
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