On her pregnancy
'My pregnancy was amazing. I was happy that whole time, I felt good, I had energy, I was like Superwoman. I wish I could feel like that for the rest of my life, that's how fantastic it was.'
On new mum emotions
'You have the highest highs and yet you're facing the biggest fear of, "How do I keep someone alive?"'
On loving her post-baby figure
'I like my body so much better after I had kids. Is that a crazy thing to say? I'm more womanly. I feel sexier.'
On giving birth
'I was screaming for an epidural when [Brian] was driving me to the hospital because my water broke on its own and immediately — it was level orange pain alert.'
On losing her baby weight
'Having just had a baby, I'm not going to be thinking about my arse.'
On mum fatigue
'Some days I feel like everyone in my world has plugged themselves into my kidneys. I'm so tired.'
On her parenting priorities
'I think the basics are very important: the number one thing is making sure my child feels loved. And good about herself. And that what she does and who she is, is special and important, and should be celebrated. And my mum always said, “No one loves you like your mother.”’
On keeping a pregnancy under wraps
'I got really good at sticking my butt out to overcompensate for my stomach and people were like, God, her butt's getting bigger and bigger.'
On swapping shots for more sleep
'Holly Willoughby wanted me to go out on the town with her the other night because she didn’t have This Morning the next day. But I had to say no because I don’t think I could be a mum with a hangover. I never thought I’d say waking up at half six is a lie-in.'
On having a baby boy
'We've had lots of wee everywhere. Faith's had it on her, I've had it on me and Hugh's had it in his mouth! The direction of the wee goes everywhere - you have to peep before you take the nappy off.'
On pregnancy being enjoyable
'They are lying. They are LYING to you. I'm telling you. Kourtney said that, my mum said that. I was literally giving birth and I looked at my mum and I said, "I'm going to get you a medal. You deserve everything".'
On toilet trips as a mum
'You know...once you have kids you never ever pee by yourself again? At least one of them is always in there with you at all times.'
On her birth plan
'I’ve got nothing to prove by giving birth naturally. I feel like when I arrive at the hospital, I want a glass of whiskey, I want the epidural in my back and I want to get hit in the face with a baseball bat. Then, wake me up when it’s over because I’ve seen the videos — and it looks terrifying.'
On embarrassing situations
'You leak sometimes. My pediatrician said, "Can't you just wear pads under your clothes?" I said, "You don't know the kind of clothes I wear on photo shoots."'
On mornings as a mum
'It is literally like Christmas every morning! It really is, when you see them for the first time in the morning, she wakes up and I hear her chatting away and she is singing away and its lovely!'