Emma Bunton ordered to make another baby by son

Emma Bunton's family want her to have another child and she has even been ordered to have sex with her partner in order to make a baby by her 13-year-old son.

The 45-year-old Spice Girl and her long-time partner Jade Jones have been considering adding a third child to their family in recent months, and she admits it "would be nice" to have three kids.

Her boys Beau, 13, and Tate, 10, are so keen for a younger sibling that they put it at the top of their Christmas lists, whilst Beau was more specific with his instructions to his mother.

Speaking on the 'Snot, Sweat and Tears' podcast, she said: "Jade would absolutely love another child. It would be nice, wouldn’t it? Honestly, I change my mind all the time, I’m very indecisive, not with work but with home stuff. Even when it just comes to what we’re having for dinner, one minute I want spaghetti bolognese, the next minute I want fish and chips. I’m just very indecisive and you can’t be indecisive about something like that, so I’m quite wary.

“I think it’s something that if it happens would be absolutely wonderful, but I’m not sure.

“The kids want it as well. You know what they put at the top of their Christmas lists this year? A sibling! I mean, no pressure.

“I think actually, once, my eldest did say - and not really knowing what it meant - Beau went you need to go in their and have sex and have a child. So it’s something they want!”

On the parenting podcast, Emma also discussed what it's like to be one fifth of the Spice Girls and she admits she worries that people think she's too old to be known as Baby Spice these days.

The 'Wannabe' hitmaker said: "Sometimes when I go out now, I feel I’ve got myself dressed up, I feel as though people are looking and going, 'That was Baby Spice.' I’m going to get older bit I’m always going to be known as Baby Spice, but I’m not always going to be a baby.”

Following the 2019 reunion tour, Emma insists the door isn't closed on more Spice Girls concerts but she does miss her family terribly when she's on the road.

She said: "Being away from home was always tough for me, I’m so close to my family, travelling was wonderful but it was always nice to come home and be with my family.

"The kids will have to come with me if we do more."