Helen Flanagan reveals plan not to have any more children after split from Bristol Rovers star Scott Sinclair

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Helen shares three young children with ex-fiance and footballer Scott Sinclair

Helen Flanagan has admitted that she doesn’t want to have more children, just days before her youngest son’s second birthday.

The former Coronation Street star, 32, invited her one million instagram.com/hjgflanagan/?hl=en">Instagram followers to ask her questions.

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When asked if she wants more children, the mother-of-three confirmed: “No. I don’t want any more babies.”

The singleton added: “I’m obsessed with my three kids that I have and think I’m really lucky to have had three healthy children. I want to give each of them all of me and equal attention which is really hard work but worth it.”

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Helen shares seven-year-old Matilda, four-year-old Delilah and Charlie, who is two tomorrow, with Bristol Rovers footballer Scott Sinclair whom she split from in October last year.

Four hours prior to confirming that Charlie would be her last, Helen posted a sweet video of the soon-to-be two-year-old.

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She wrote: “Can’t believe my precious prince will be two this weekend ☁️🤍✨”

Charlie shares a birthday with his dad and Helen’s ex fiance Scott, who will be 34-years-old on 25 March 2023.

Last year, the former Coronation Street actress posted a loving joint birthday message to her “boys”.

She called Scott her “one and only” and said she will “love him always”, but seven months later called off their engagement which sources say was due to the “bad omen” around her wedding ring snapping.

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