By ALANAH ERIKSEN
Coming along nicely! Chantelle Houghton shows off her burgeoning belly with fiancé Alex Reid
They're not known for their reservedness, but Chantelle Houghton and Alex Reid may have taken things a bit too far in their latest interview.
The cagefighter has revealed that he wants to drink his pregnant fiancée's breast milk when she gives birth to their daughter in June.
The couple reportedly could not keep their hands off one another during the photoshoot - in which the glamour model showed off her burgeoning belly - with Alex grabbing her cleavage in between shots and wondering aloud what sex would be like with her after she gives birth.
Glowing: Chantelle showed off her growing stomach at the Baby Show at the ExCel Exhibition Centre last week
The model also revealed some very intimate details about their current love life.
Chantelle was asked if she would breastfeed the new baby.
Before she had a chance to answer, Alex jumped in to say: 'I definitely will! 100 per cent. Breast milk has a lot of colostrum in it, which is great for athletes.'
When she told him it wasn't for him, he added to New! magazine: 'I’m going to try it!'
Chantelle was asked if her bump had slowed down their sex life at all, to which she replied: 'No, not at all! Obviously, you can’t go mental. That’s the only bit that has changed! It’s a bit… nicer.
Ambitious: Alex said the couple had a plan to get her into sexy lingerie by his birthday in July, just weeks after she'd given birth
'I’m going to keep on going [through this pregnancy]. You’ve got to keep your man happy. If not he will go somewhere else!'
Chantelle said she had been eating a lot since falling pregnant, consuming four cakes the night before.
She admitted she hadn't been exercising, and didn't plan on it, although she hadn't noticed any stretch marks yet.
Alex appeared to have ideas about his wife-to-be's post-baby figure, saying: 'We’ve got a plan. She’s going to be in some sexy underwear by my birthday!'
Chantelle added: 'His birthday is July 21, so it gives me a few weeks! But my mum was back in her jeans after three weeks when she gave birth. Hopefully, I have the same good genes. But I’m in no rush – my priority is that the baby is well looked after.'
Alex added that on Valentine's Day he 'did have a look at the underwear. Not for now, but something to inspire her to get into. But then I thought it wasn’t sensitive.'