Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 August 2014

Bailey on her baby preparations

Sam Bailey has explained how she is preparing for the arrival of her baby

Sam Bailey has shared how she is preparing for baby number three.

The X Factor winner recently announced she was expecting her third child and told OK! magazine how she had been getting ready for the new addition.

Asked whether she had any cravings, Sam said: "I had 14 Twister lollies the other day. I'm also drinking a lot of Coke and I'm going off tea."

She added: "Fans have been giving me babygros," and revealed husband Craig wanted a pushchair with a built-in phone charger.

The 36-year-old singer had to postpone her first solo tour because of the pregnancy, but said she already had a plan in place for when the shows kick off.

"I start January 29, 2015 - my wedding anniversary. My mum's going to come on the tour with me with the baby. I'll pay her wages!"

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