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Tuesday 24 May 2016

Kelly Osbourne 'feeling broody'

Published 23/07/2013

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne is starting to feel broody already.

The 28-year-old recently announced her engagement to her boyfriend of two years Matthew Mosshart, confessing he secretly proposed over their New Year break in the Caribbean.

Despite previously insisting she isn't ready to be a mother yet, Kelly has now told friends she is starting to feel broody.

Insiders revealed the couple's interest in starting a family stems from Kelly's brother Jack's 15-month-old daughter Pearl.

"When Kelly first got engaged on New Year's Eve, she told friends they would wait before having kids. But she and Jack love spending time with Pearl and it's made them so broody," a source told UK magazine Closer. "They're always on hand to babysit and Kelly said she and Matthew have already started thinking about baby names."

Last week Kelly revealed she would like to be married next year, with the UK being her choice of destination. Insiders have reported both Kelly and Matthew want a low-key celebration.

"Kelly and Matthew don't want a big wedding full of A-listers they barely know. They're intent on inviting only the people they both love. However, they've got lots of celebrity pals, so big names will be getting an invite, including Kate Moss, the Kardashians, Elton John, Alexa Chung and Mark Ronson," the source continued. "Kelly has insisted there's no chance of her turning into a bridezilla. She just wants to marry Matthew, party with her friends and family and live happily ever after."

Kelly took to her Twitter yesterday to gush about the British royal baby news. The London-born star referenced her roots while congratulating the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their son.

"#GodBlessOurFutureKing very proud to be british right now!" she tweeted.

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