Geordie Shore’s Charlotte Crosby hit headlines last month after she revealed her tragic ectopic pregnancy story to the world.
During the ordeal the 26-year-old star admitted she feared she would not be able to have children in the future, but now it seems Charlotte has decided to take a more positive approach towards her fertility and told Reveal magazine she hopes to start a family in the next few years.
The 2013 Celebrity Big Brother winner said: “I would love to have a family one day. I’d like to start trying for a baby before I’m 30. I feel like I’ve grown up a lot over the past year.”
She told the mag she’s currently moving into her own house and is “thinking about more serious things”.
Choosing to dismiss her on-off relationship with former co-star Gary Beadle, Charlotte said: “I want to be in a happy relationship, and I’m on the look out for The One."
"I’ve been single for a year now. I don’t have a type. I’d like to date all different kinds of men to find out which one would be best," she added.
And, according to her recent interview with OK!, it seems any of Charlotte’s potential suitors will have to pass a series of tests before being declared “The One”.
The Newcastle native – whose final appearance in Geordie Shore aired last night- explained: “I think I'll have a series of tests for any future boyfriends, I think after this phone call I'm gonna write them all down like tricky little tests I can give each one to see if they'll pass them.”
Good on ya, Char!