Dr Zoe Williams is coming around to the idea of having another baby after birth of son Lisbon

Dr Zoe Williams has revealed she and partner Stuart are considering whether to have another baby, after welcoming their adorable son Lisbon earlier this year.

This Morning star Zoe, 41, welcomed her adorable baby son Lisbon with partner Stuart in June this year.

But, the GP has admitted herself and Stuart are already debating whether to have another child.

Speaking exclusively to OK! Dr Zoe, who recently opened up on the sweet naming ceremony for son Lisbon, revealed she is warming to the idea of welcoming another tot into their brood.

She said: "First thing to say is, I'm 41 and Stuart's 40. So if we do try and if we were lucky enough to have another baby, then I think it's something we are sort of coming around to the idea of at the moment.

"On the one hand we're thinking it will be lovely to have a sibling for Lisbon and to have another baby for us. On the other hand, I feel like we've been so lucky with him, he's so perfect, it feels a bit risky.

"He even sleeps so the chances of that happening twice – what are the chances?

"So, we haven't made a decision yet as to whether we're going to try and also we do have that at the back of our minds because of our age there is a chance that it might not be so easy. So we'll see."

If she was to welcome another child into their family, Dr Zoe will know slightly more what to expect the second time around.

During the candid chat with OK!, Dr Zoe got candid about the difficulties of being a mum – after new research commissioned by Stokke found 71% of parents were reluctant to ask for help during the first weeks of welcoming a baby.

When asked by OK! how she has found motherhood so far, the GP got candid as she revealed: "The best way I find to describe it is it's a lot.

"It's a lot of everything – so much joy, so much love but also so many challenges, so much that feeling of responsibility."

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The This Morning doctor added: "I think we have this idea that as soon as the baby comes into the world, there's this overwhelming sense of love that will be the most prominent feeling and emotion you have.

"And, whilst I loved my baby more than anything from the day he was born, actually, there was something that was overwhelmingly overshadowing that love; for me, was real burden of responsibility and fear and anxiety that: 'Gosh, this human being is my responsibility not just to keep alive but I have to do everything perfectly. If he cries I've gotta be there within three seconds'."

She then admitted: "I find it really difficult to relax.

"It's amazing and I love it but it's been quite overwhelming, I think."

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