Casey Batchelor hopes to have a baby boy after welcoming three girls

Casey Batchelor has revealed she is hoping to welcome a baby boy in the future after becoming a mum to three girls.

The 37 year old has given birth to three daughters – Florence, three, Sadie, two, and Daisy, five months – with fiancé Dane Goodson, 36.

And while she loves being a mum to three girls under the age of four, the reality star has exclusively told new magazine how she hopes to one day welcome a son.

Speaking to former The Only Way Is Essex star Bobby Norris, she says: "We'd like a boy.

"I love my girls and it's like I've got my own girl gang, but I would like to have a little boy to have that son's love."

She admits she and Dane often change their mind about whether or not they would like more children, explaining: "One day we say, 'No, that's it!' and the next day we're like, 'Oh, we'd like one more.'"

Discussing her life as a mum-of-three, she says: "It's hectic…It’s manic. Because I’ve got three babies so close in age, it’s like I’ve got triplets.

"They're all so reliant on me. Florence, my eldest, is three and a half and she's delayed with her speech and language, so that makes her quite young for her age.

"She's out of nappies now, thank God. If I'm feeding Daisy, Sadie's at the toddler stage, so she's climbing on everything.

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"I have to run over and get her off and then Florence is like, 'Wee-wee,' so then I have to take her to the toilet.

"You don’t have a minute to yourself. I get up at 5am most mornings and then I get into bed at half eight or nine o’clock at night. Then I'm up through the night doing feeds.

"I feel like I've been pregnant for the whole of my thirties. And what's difficult is that when I'm pregnant, I get drained.

"I couldn't give the baby [I've already got] my full attention because at the end of the pregnancy I'm so zapped of energy.

"And then I’ve got a new baby who needs the night feeds and the older baby is starting to sleep through. I've had night feeds for three years now."

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