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Kimberley Wyatt expecting baby girl

Got To Dance judge and former Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt is to have her first child and plans to bring her up in the UK.

The US star, 32, discovered she was pregnant while on honeymoon in New York with husband Max Rogers in April. Their baby, a girl, is due in December.

Revealing her pregnancy in Hello! magazine, she said: "I love the life Max and I have built here. England is home for me now.

"And there is nothing cuter than having a baby growing up with a British accent," added Wyatt, who is back on screens in the new series of Sky1's Got To Dance.

One of the first people to guess she was expecting was best friend and former bandmate Ashley Roberts.

"Ashley knew straight away. We are like sisters. Ashley knows everything about me, so she only looked at me and guessed right away, " said Wyatt.

"When I told her, it was so emotional - she was thrilled for us, which was lovely."

She said she had managed to keep her bump largely under wraps, and even did a naked photoshoot for a fitness campaign, without arousing too much suspicion, but added: "I feel like in the last day or two I have literally gone 'pop'."

Male model Rogers, also 32, also told of his delight: "We went for the second scan, at 20 weeks, and they said, 'You're going to have a daughter'.

"And then when I felt her kick, it really connected with me - I'm just delighted."

:: The full interview is in the new edition of Hello! magazine which is on sale now.

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