Lauren Goodger ‘looking for a rich man to have loads of babies with’

Lauren Goodger hopes to settle down with a "rich man" and expand her brood, she recently told us.

The 37-year-old, who is mum to two-year-old daughter Larose, was asked if she would like more children at the Magic Mike Live event.

"I want to have more. And I want to get married," she told us.

"I want to be a housewife. I’m bored and I want to retire. I want a rich man and to move into a big house. I want to fill the house with kids and I just want to cook and clean. I need a man who is ready to have a wife at home and I just want loads of babies. I’m a very old-fashioned, traditional woman."

The former TOWIE star is currently single after splitting from the father of her children (Larose and late daughter Lorena) Charles Drury last year.

After recently being spotted together, Lauren cleared up their situation.

"We’re not together. We’re good friends and we’re co-parenting for Larose," she said.

"We’re doing as much as we can together to keep her life normal and that is purely what it is. We get on and we’ve been through so much. I’ve got a lot of love for him because he is my kid’s dad, regardless of whatever happened. I’m trying to do the best I can for Larose, and she loves him. We take her away and do things as a family to keep it normal, but we’re not romantically together."

Continuing her feelings about Charles and whether they would get back together, she said: "Not right now. I don’t know what the future holds. I’ll always love him.

"You’ve got to understand what I’ve been through – there’s that trauma – so it’s hard to break away from someone. It’s so hard because it’s so wrapped around what happened. I want to get over it and heal, and I look at him as healing things."

Lauren is not currently on the dating app Raya and has said she finds it hard to meet people as she doesn't go out much anymore. But she adores being a mother to Larose.

"I am absolutely obsessed with her," she explained. "She’s beautiful. When she wakes up in the morning, even if it’s 5am, I’m like, “Baby, kiss Mummy,” and she kisses me. She’s so affectionate and so clever. She’s not in nursery, but we do a lot of playgroups. I don’t have a nanny and have no help at all."

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