Stephanie Davis will get a tattoo as a tribute to her baby boy
Stephanie Davis is set to get a tattoo as a tribute to her baby.
The 23-year-old actress - who is expecting her first child with her former boyfriend Jeremy McConnell - has admitted she will undergo a "mummy make-over" when her son is born, which will see her get her "last" inking of either her child's name or a "symbol of strength" to honour him.
Speaking in her column with OK! magazine about her forthcoming plans when she gives birth, the brunette beauty - who embarked on a relationship with the Irish model during this year's 'Celebrity Big Brother' - said: "I've also already planned to get a tattoo for him.
"It will either be his name or a symbol of strength somewhere. But that will be my last tattoo."
And the former 'Hollyoaks' star has revealed she will reduce her beauty treatments and ditch her long talons in a bid to be "practical" and capable of doing motherly duties.
She explained: "Before the baby gets here I'm going to remove my super long nails and just have them painted nicely so they're nice and practical for everything I need to do as a mum.
"I'll probably leave my hair the same as it's close to my natural colour anyway. For me, my baby will become my world so I won't be too fussed about staying on top of my beauty game."
And Stephanie has admitted she doesn't plan to be "too strict" on her first child because she doesn't want him to "rebel", but she wants him to have respect for women.
She said: "For me though, I'm not going to be too strict as I don't want him to rebel. I want him to learn from his own mistakes and I'll be quite easy going. I'll be bringing him up so I want him to respect women.
"I can only try my best anyway, with all first-time mums you just have to learn as you go and hope that I do a great job. I just know we will be best mates and I can be the cool mum!"