Jesy Nelson has revealed she wanted to be with Chris Hughes ‘for the rest of her life’ as she opened up in his BBC documentary.
The Little Mix star and former Love Islander split in April this year after 16 months together, but the singer has still appeared in the documentary, which sees Chris and his brother Ben opening up about infertility.
In one scene, Jesy, 29, was seen comforting Chris as he admitted he was worried about being infertile.
‘Chris is a very confident person but he does worry about a lot of things, he gets a lot of anxiety and does stress about things and I think this is one thing that plays on his mind a lot,’ she said.
‘The thought of the fact that he might be infertile does play on his mind a lot, I think that would worry a lot of men, I think especially for Chris because I know he wants to have kids.’
She added: ‘I just want to be with Chris for the rest of my life, he’s the one that makes me happy – whether we had kids or not if won’t affect anything.
‘All I can do is just be there for him as someone that loves him, just keep an eye on him and hopefully it will be alright.’
Elsewhere in the special, titled Me, My Brother And Our Balls, Chris admitted he wanted ‘three or four kids’ with the Holiday hitmaker.
In the scene, Chris is excited after receiving positive news from his doctor about his varicocele, a condition which sees enlargement of the veins within the scrotum and can cause low sperm count.
‘I’ve just got to tell her the good news. It’s been a worry for us both,’ Chris said in the documentary.
He then told the Little Mix star on the phone: ‘Oh Jessica, I have a lot of sperm and they’re very, very active. I’m really happy.’
Jesy asked: ‘Yay, so we can have lots of babies?’ to which Chris replied: ‘I think we can probably have three or four.’
Despite the pair’s split, Chris has since explained that he was happy to leave her scenes in the documentary as they show the ‘real life’ conversations that couples have about having children.
‘The beauty of Jesy being in the documentary is that it showcases a conversation that couples have. It’s very relatable,’ Chris told the Mail Online.
He continued: ‘Obviously we supported each other when we were together. I still support her now with things, whether I do that publicly or not, I still do support her anyway.
‘It’s just one of those things really. It’s great for the documentary because its real life isn’t it?
‘It was essentially a moment. We were having those conversations at the time – I guess it’s just that really.’
Me, My Brother and Our Balls is available to watch on BBC Three from September 30.
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