Kelly Osbourne ready for motherhood

Bang Showbiz
Tuesday 08 March 2011 15:07
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Kelly Osbourne wants to have a baby with her gay best friend.

The 26-year-old beauty - who split with her last boyfriend Luke Worrall after he reportedly cheated on her with both men and women - confesses she is sick of straight men and would like to have a child with a homosexual pal, as her mother Sharon Osbourne would "love it".

She told Closer magazine: "I'm fed up with straight men - I'd love a baby with my gay best friend Nate. We'd be the perfect parents and my mum would love it!"

Kelly - who is the new face of Madonna and her daughter Lourdes' clothing line Material Girl - recently revealed she is dating 26-year-old musician Rob Damiani, but the pair are planning to take things slowly.

She said: "It's true, I'm having fun getting to know someone new. I met Rob over in the UK recently, and I want to take things slowly, so that means keeping some things private."

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