Jessie J has opened up about her hopes for a miracle baby with Channing Tatum, despite battling infertility for the last five years.
The singer was diagnosed with infertility and told she'd need an immediate hysterectomy, but refused the treatment and chose instead to overhaul her lifestyle and diet.
The 31-year-old believes that her body will one day allow her to conceive naturally, and is doing everything possible to get there.
Speaking to Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden on today's Heart Breakfast show, she got candid about the difficulties she's experienced emotionally;
"I've always been someone that is open and honest. And from a very very young age I've always stood in the middle of my pain and my battles with everything. And I think it's basically made me who I am today and the artist I am and the music I make.
"So four and a half, five years ago I was diagnosed with this disease that, you know is making it harder. I was told I couldn't have children, I don't believe it. I believe in miracles. I haven't given up," she added.
The Voice Kids presenter continued;
"For the last four years I've changed my diet, I've changed the way I've live, I've done a lot of self-work and just to be open about it and start a conversation that could help someone that doesn't know how to talk about it, and start this conversation.
"Being on the show, I had some people ask me you know 'is it really hard?' and I'm like, 'no'. I love kids and I'm so grateful. Whatever happens will happen. I've had great blessings and success in my life and I believe that balance has to happen for everybody."
Of course, seeing as she's dating actor Channing Tatum, Jessie J has faced many questions over possible baby news with her new boyfriend.
Tatum already has six-year-old daughter Everly with his ex-wife Jenna Dewan, but Jessie hinted that she'd be ready to become a parent alone if he didn't want more kids.
She heavily denied queries over whether the pair have discussed babies yet;
"No, just because he’s Channing Tatum everyone’s kind of sped us up in to this, like, 'are you getting married? Are you doing this?' I mean, I've been in relationships for a lot longer than Chan and I have in the last four, five years but they're not famous so no one really cares."
Jessie continued: "We're having a lovely time. And I'm very, very respectful of his situation and his privacy."
This new revelation comes only a few months after an emotional Jessie told an audience the true meaning behind her song, Four Letter Word;
"I was told 4 years ago I won’t be able to have children. I was also told I would need a hysterectomy immediately and to be put on medication. I refused the hysterectomy and I'm off all medication through natural medicine and diet change.
"I haven't given up hope. I am doing all I can to make it happen the best way my body will allow."
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