Fearne Cotton Reveals Her New Career Plans, And How Motherhood Changes Everything

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  • Fearne Cotton reveals how becoming a mum has affected her career, as she looks ahead to the New Year. Read the exclusive interview...

    Fearne Cotton is looking ahead to some exciting new career opportunities in the New Year as she plans her first Christmas with baby Rex.

    Talking exclusively to Maire Claire, the Radio 1 DJ has opened about her New Year work schedule and how becoming a mum has changes everything.

    ‘I think when you do become a mum everything changes,’ Fearne told us. ‘Your whole priorities and how you look at your career change.

    ‘You really want it to fit around your life and not the other way around. For me I’m just looking at new ways to do what I love.’

    ‘Radio is amazing,’ she says, clearly still smitten with her exciting day job. ‘It fits around being a mum really well at the moment, and all my design projects are brilliant because I can do them from home.But I just want to do some other TV stuff that fits into where I’m at in life.’

    So where are Fearne’s sight set now she’s a mum? ‘I’m not really sure what that is yet, but I’m working on a few things, and looking into different ideas to get back into doing more TV.

    ‘Maybe it’s time to come out of hibernation a bit and start looking around at few different ideas.’

    Prepare your TVs, Fearne Cotton is making a comeback!

    But don’t expect to see the former children’s presenter becoming the new X Factor host any time soon: ‘I think those shows are so set in who they’ve got doing them, and they’re all working really well. I don’t think there’s room for me in that arena, but I’m really open to options of what’s out there.’  

    Don’t miss Fearne’s exclusive beauty tips as she talks more about motherhood. 

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