Just a month after Charlotte Crosby went public with her relationship with Joshua Ritchie, she took to Twitter and said that she's "so broody". In the post which the 'Geordie Shore' star made today read, "So broody its a joke" and added an emoji face with heart eyes.
This comes just days after Charlotte's ex-boyfriend Gaz Beadle became a first-time dad to baby son Chester with his girlfriend Emma McVey. While Charlotte might have jokes about it, her fans were quick to get excited reading the tweet. Some said that she would make a great mother while others joked about Joshua Ritchie, who Charlotte is dating currently, not taking the news quite well.
"Lol ur be giving someone heart palpitations with that comment," one wrote. While another joked that Joshua will "either have a funny feeling in his pants or scary thoughts in his head". Another fan seemed to be too excited about the thought of seeing Joshua and Charlotte's kid.
"Aww we going to see a mini josh soon," wrote another fan. Another fan wrote an adorable message saying "You will make a great mum Char, I’m excited for you!" Even though it has just been a couple of weeks since Joshua and Charlotte announced that they are dating, the reality stars have not shied away from declaring their love for each other on social media.
Ever since they went public about their relationship, Charlotte has been posting loved up pictures and comments about Joshua. After a romantic Valentine's week, Charlotte even took to Twitter to say that she is in love with him. "Ok I've said it I love @ritchie_joshua," she wrote. However, she regretted it soon after and decided to delete the tweet.
At the same time, Charlotte also tweeted about how she was counting down to the weekend because she and Joshua had made plans of meeting up. "This weekend needs to hurryyyyyy uppppppppppppp @ritchie_joshua" with two heart emojis. She also showed off a beautiful bunch of roses given to her.
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