Big Brother's Nikki Grahame, 37, reveals IVF plans and wants Blue's Duncan James to be her sperm donor

BIG Brother's Nikki Grahame has revealed her hopes for a baby using IVF – and admitted she wants Blue's Duncan James to be her sperm donor.

The 37-year-old has already begun enquiring about egg and sperm donation at a number of London fertility clinics.

Sadly Nikki's long battle with anorexia, which began when she was six, has effected her fertility as she explained that she has never had a period or produced eggs to conceived.

Speaking to new! magazine, Nikki, who dated fellow BB star Pete Bennett, said: "I've enquired at a few clinics in London. Ideally, I'd meet the right guy and we could go through the process together.

Determined to have a baby, she admitted that if she's doesn't find a partner in the next three years by the time she's 40, she will go through the IVF process alone.

"I'm so independent," she said. "I think I'd be such a good mum because I know I'm capable when I put my mind to it."

When asked if she would consider pal Duncan James as a sperm donor, the TV star admitted he'd be a good choice, especially since he's already a dad to daughter Tianie-Finn.

She shared: "Could you imagine?! How good would that be? I should send him a whatsapp".

In July, Duncan confirmed his relationship with Brazilian boyfriend Rodrigo Reis.

The 41-year-old star thanked fans for the "amazing" support and "love" since he came out.



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He wrote: "I didn’t identify as a gay man for many years because of my own issues with coming out, but finally im happy in my skin & this guy next 2 me makes me proud 2 be gay."

Duncan said in 2009 that he was bisexual and came out as gay in 2012, telling his Blue bandmate Simon Webbe.

Earlier this year told the Loose Women panel that coming out as gay was the "best thing he ever did" after years of "living a lie."

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