Kelly Osbourne at the Christian Siriano show
Kelly Osbourne wants to have a baby.
The 30-year-old star has admitted she would love to start a family sooner rather than later, just a week after she was forced to deny that she is expecting when people started speculating she could be pregnant because of how she looked at the Grammy Awards.
She told the New York Daily News: "I'd love a baby. That'd be great."
However, the 'Fashion Police' co-host is not pregnant just yet and she made that perfectly clear last week by taking to Twitter to clarify she was not sporting a baby bump under her Christian Siriano gown on the red carpet at the ceremony, insisting she really needed the toilet.
Kelly - who is dating British model Ricki Hall - wrote: "NO IM NOT PREGNANT YOU F**KERS! I have a back brace on AND I REALLY NEED TO TAKE A S**T! #SuckIt (sic)".
Kelly clearly cannot get enough of Christian Siriano at the moment as she spent her Valentine's Day (14.02.15) checking out his New York Fashion Week show with pal Zendaya.
She wrote on Twitter: "So happy that I got to spend some of Valentine's Day with my girl @zendaya at the @csiriano show! (sic)"
There were certainly no baby bump signs for Kelly at the show as she wore a long-sleeved black gown complete with a chunky black belt.
In 2012, Kelly admitted she had "baby fever" after meeting her brother Jack Osbourne's child Pearl, who is now two years old, for the first time and insisted she would be the "best mom ever" because she has learnt well from her own mother, Sharon Osbourne.
Despite that comment, Kelly - who was born in Westminster, central London - insisted just a year later that she wouldn't want to bring her kids up in America, where she now lives, because she wouldn't want to be referred to as "mom".
She said: "I don't mean this in a disrespectful way. I love America ... but I couldn't stand for my child to call me mom!"
Kelly - whose father is rocker Ozzy Osbourne - previously dated chef Matthew Mosshart for two years but the pair mutually called off their engagement in January 2014.