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Billie Faiers: Planning for baby no. 2!

Published 21/07/2015

Billie Faiers
Billie Faiers

Billie Faiers doesn't want to wait too long to have another child with fiancé Greg Shepherd.

The TOWIE star gave birth to daughter Nelly with fiancé Greg Shepherd last year, and the tot turned one in style last week, with her birthday bash featuring on the show.

Billie and Greg also shared the occasion with OK! magazine, divulging that the pitter-patter of another pair of tiny feet may not be too far away.

"We'd love to have another one. We don't want to have a massive gap between Nelly and our next baby," Billie smiled to the publication.

Proud dad Greg also couldn't hide his excitement that Nelly took her first steps just before the party. Billie managed to capture some of the baby's steps on her Instagram account, and Greg's glad he was there to witness the milestone.

"When Billie was round Sam's [Faiers, sister] setting up, Nelly started doing a few steps in front of my mum and sister.

"I came down [the stairs] and she waddled over to me and put her arms up for me to pick her up," he beamed.

Billie, 25, and 24-year-old Sam are two of TOWIE's best-loved stars, but Sam hasn't been as lucky in love as her big sister.

She enjoyed a highly publicised romance with cast mate Joey Essex, which even saw the couple get engaged. However they broke up on screen in June 2013.

She's currently dating property developer Paul Day, and Billie has no doubt her younger sibling will one day be a brilliant mother.

"Sam will be a great mum. She's a natural with Nelly. And Nelly really likes Sam's boyfriend Paul, too.

"[Paul's] the one for her," she declared.

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