I know people will think it's funny because I've done glamour modelling in the past, but I felt embarrassed about my body and just wanted to cover it up.
I want to tell people that I had post-natal depression because there is so much stigma around the subject and there shouldn't be.
Going home and spending time with your family and your real friends keeps you grounded.
I want to have a family and I'd like to live in a lovely big house, with a massive driveway and gates and loads of kids.
I'm very close to my family. Not like these big stars - not mentioning any names - who lose the plot and don't know who they are.
I was performing from the age of three.
I love performing on stage the most. It's getting that instant reaction from a live audience. There are no boundaries, you can take your character as far as you want to, you can be the craziest person ever.
I always wanted to act and sing, but my first love was ballet.
I want to be a young mum and if I didn't have to work I'd have them tomorrow. I'd like three!
I think because I did a lot of modelling and appeared in lads mags a lot of women didn't necessarily warm to me. But now I have been through childbirth, post-natal depression and struggled with my weight, women seem to relate to me a lot more.
I don't find it a struggle to maintain a healthy diet now as my palate has changed. I don't crave rich food.
I had absolutely no idea how I had ballooned during my pregnancy. All I thought about was eating plenty of food to keep my baby healthy.
I came out of the womb born to sing and dance. I have to follow my heart.
I just wanted to perform, to sing, dance and act.
Dad worked in a warehouse when I was little and I didn't see him for three years as he was doing all the overtime God gave him to buy me new ballet shoes, or a new tutu.