She has previously spoken of how much she enjoys the presenting gig, so we were very surprised to learn that Emma Willis was stepping down from her position as co-host of Channel 5’s Big Brother’s Bit On The Side.

 

After the announcement, however, speculation turned to exactly why she was pulling out of the show, with a number of sources going on to question if she and her musician husband Matt were expecting again.

 

Linking to a post on her official website, mother-of-two Emma said that the presenting job was “one of my favourite jobs of all time”, adding that she would always love the show.

 

She was quick to put a halt to any rumours of baby number three however, going on categorically deny that she is expecting.

 

 

“Thanks for all your wonderful messages. I can’t begin to tell you how much I’ll miss it. And to clarify, I’m not pregnant! Night x,” wrote the 38-year-old.

 

Emma and Matt are already parents to five-year-old daughter Isabelle and three-year-old son Ace, and Emma previously admitted that becoming a mum has made her better at her job.

 

 

“Things started to go really well for me as soon as I had kids. Sometimes, interviewing people, I would feel so intimidated and nervous. But when you’ve had kids, it gives you confidence – you think ‘I’m a mum. I’m not scared. If I can raise a human being, I can f*****g do this!”' she said. 

 

No doubt she has plenty of wonderful plans up her sleeve, even if one of them isn't another baby, yet!

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