Charlotte Crosby chosen baby names
Charlotte Crosby has already chosen names for her and boyfriend Stephen Bear's children.
The former 'Geordie Shore' star has only been dating the heavily-inked hunk since the beginning of the year but she's adamant he's "the one" for her because she doesn't want to date anyone else and she's even started thinking about what they can name their future kids.
Speaking on 'This Morning' on Monday (03.07.17), she explained: "Whenever I am worried or stressed he makes me feel better. He has got this side you would be shocked by. It has the loveliest soul. He is the one for me. I don't want to be with anyone ever again.
"I've already thought of children's names. Here's a good one. Bobby Bear, isn't that cute. Teddy Bear, he wants that one but that's too common."
The 27-year-old beauty also opened up about her heartbreaking ordeal last year when she almost died due to an ectopic pregnancy and revealed a counsellor helped her through it.
She explained: "The badness was - I was so anxious - I was thinking of all these situations in my head. Is it going to come out in the press? Is it going to be leaked by someone? I didn't want anyone to know. I didn't know how to deal with it myself. I was worried it was going to come out in the press. I was speaking to someone at the time - the psychiatrist and he really helped. He helped put everything into perspective.
"He helped us deal with everything I was getting anxious about. He was making me feel like it was really normal and talking it through so it didn't feel like anything to worry about. I kept it bottled in. I would think 'what will I do when this happens', or 'how will I deal with this situation?' I didn't feel like anyone have the answers. When you let it bottle up inside you have this mental torture. You just don't know what is going on. Speaking to someone who is a professional, who knows how to deal with that - I can't even describe that. It was like he had all the answers and all the answers were right and it made me feel so much better."