Emily Andrea rules out having more kids ‘at the moment’ in new OK! column

This week, Emily Andrea shares her thoughts and expert advice in a column exclusively for OK! VIPs as she talks travelling with children, missing breastfeeding and whether or not more kids are on the cards.

NHS doctor Emily shares her sympathy with new mum Lucy Mecklenburgh after she endured a "horrendous" train journey with her one-year-old son Roman, and she reveals why she's not broody despite all of her friends having children. The 31 year old also opens up about the trolling Love Island star Demi Jones received over her cancer diagnosis and admits more needs to be done online.

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Alesha Dixon has revealed she “really misses breastfeeding” after sharing a picture of when her youngest daughter Anaya was only seven weeks old.

I must admit I have moments where I miss it, too. So many of my friends have had babies this year and they’ll send me pictures of them breastfeeding.

It just makes me think about how much I loved it. Don’t get me wrong, though, it’s hard work when they’re that young and I definitely don’t miss the sleepless nights, but I do miss the lovely feeling of having a newborn.

But I definitely don’t feel tempted to have another baby at the moment! You’d think all my friends having babies would make me broody but I’m not broody at all.

I am really enjoying seeing my friends starting families, and also seeing my kids growing up. I might change my mind but right now I’m happy with the way things are.

We surprised the kids recently with a family day out at AirHop in Guildford. It’s this huge indoor trampolining park and the kids loved it.

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They have all been to Airhop before but I haven’t, so I enjoyed it so much. The kids are much braver than me, and were definitely daredevils!

We did a family relay race, wipeout and dodgeball. It was so much fun.

It really has made such a difference being able to do some proper activities with the kids. We are loving getting out and about again.

We've all been there, Lucy

I think all mums could relate to Lucy Mecklenburgh when she opened up about a “horrendous” train journey she had with her one-year-old son Roman.

Lucy said he cried for 90 minutes of the two-hour journey and she found the whole thing “really embarrassing”.

I’ve been on plane journeys with Theo to Cyprus when he was a baby and he cried for the entire five-hour flight!

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It was awful and so embarrassing. I remember being at the back of the plane and trying desperately to settle him down.

No one said anything to me but people putting their fingers in their ears says it all!

At the end of the day you can’t force a baby to be quiet so all you can do is try your best and wait it out.

We must take action against terrible online trolls

Love Island’s Demi Jones has admitted her appointment to get tested for thyroid cancer was pushed back by seven months because of lockdown.

The 22-year-old recently revealed she had been diagnosed with the condition after having a lump the size of a “golf ball” removed from her neck.

This is one of many stories I have read where there have been delays for appointments or treatment.

I hope that because so many people have now had their Covid vaccine, we can start working through the backlog.

The same advice applies, though – if you have a symptom that is worrying you then speak to your GP.

Demi also opened up about the trolling she has received since she revealed her diagnosis and said people have even accused her of lying.

I can guarantee none of the trolls would say those things to Demi’s face. I don’t know how they can police what’s said online, but there needs to be rules about what trolls can say because it’s terrible.

I am glad to hear that Demi has now received cancer treatment, and wish her all the best with her recovery.

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