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Baby Talk RTÉ's Kathryn Thomas reveals she's picked out baby names

The Operation Transformation star is preparing for the arrival of her second child with her husband Padraig McLoughlin later this month.

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TV presenter and founder of Pure Results Fitness Retreats Kathryn Thomas as she launches Bumpfit, which combines her fitness knowledge with her experiences of pregnancy to bring mums-to-be a safe and easy to follow exercise programme tailored to each trimester.

TV presenter and founder of Pure Results Fitness Retreats Kathryn Thomas as she launches Bumpfit, which combines her fitness knowledge with her experiences of pregnancy to bring mums-to-be a safe and easy to follow exercise programme tailored to each trimester.

TV presenter and founder of Pure Results Fitness Retreats Kathryn Thomas as she launches Bumpfit, which combines her fitness knowledge with her experiences of pregnancy to bring mums-to-be a safe and easy to follow exercise programme tailored to each trimester.

Kathryn Thomas has revealed that she’s picked out baby names ahead of giving birth.

The Operation Transformation star is preparing for the arrival of her second child with her husband Padraig McLoughlin later this month.

Speaking to Goss.ie, the 42-year-old revealed that she and John have already gathered a list of possible names before they welcome their bundle of joy.

“We have a few [baby names],” she said.

“We had narrowed it down to maybe four or five the last time but this time, there’s just so much other things happening I don’t think we’ve given it enough time.

“But I think now that I’m officially closing down, we’ll have a little bit more of an idea in the next couple of weeks,” she added.

Kathryn also shared that she plans on returning to work after Christmas to film the upcoming season of Operation Transformation.

The RTÉ star said: “I think there’s this sort of, ‘Oh my god she’s going back to work after eight weeks!’ But I would always say, as long as you’re doing what you want on your own terms. I’m putting the health of myself and my family first before anything.

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Kathryn Thomas. Photo: Brian McEvoy

Kathryn Thomas. Photo: Brian McEvoy

Kathryn Thomas. Photo: Brian McEvoy

“Nobody’s putting any pressure on me to go back to work. For me, my work gives me so much. I love being around people, I love everything that Operation Transformation does.

“Working in that environment gives me a lot of energy and that helps me as a mother and helps me as a woman. I’m very fortunate to love the work that I do and I’m really passionate about it.

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“I think when people hear you’re going back to work, they think you’re going back five days a week. I’m not.

"I’m probably going back two days a week and that’s manageable and works for everybody.”

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