But as each month went by I would take a test and I got used to it always being negative. Alex was asleep and I came running into the bedroom with the stick, saying, ' Is that a cross? '" she told ."We moved into our house at Easter after spending two years renovating it and we think that was the same weekend we conceived. It was so special that it happened in our first family house together.It's made our home have this lovely feeling about it."And now you know exactly when and where the Sugaconception happened.Former Sugababes singer Heidi Range has given birth to her first child, a daughter named Aurelia Honey Partakis.The 34-year-old singer shared a picture of the newborn sleeping in her cot dressed in a white hat and sleepsuit and wrapped in a blanket.The British singer, who has been dating Alex since her personal trainer introduced them in 2014, exchanged vows with her fiance on Sunday (04Sep16) in Florence, Italy, in front of family friends including TV presenter pal Kate Thornton. "So this just happened...," she added following the ceremony. I love you my Husband @alexpartakis." The 33-year-old and Alex arrived in Italy on Monday (29Aug16) in preparation for the wedding. "Marrying the kindest & most gorgeous man I have ever known, my @alexpartakis It's like Christmas but better!"I try not to think about it - I could be waiting a long time," she said.
She announced she was pregnant in July 2017, writing on Instagram: “Something truly magical has happened …She captioned the shot: “We’re absolutely delighted to introduce you to our beautiful baby girl. Daddy and I are floating on Cloud 9 and falling more in love with her by the minute.We’re absolutely delighted to introduce you to our beautiful baby girl. Welcome to the world my sweetheart 🐣👶💗 XA post shared by Heidi Range (Partakis) (@hrange29) on “Aurelia Honey Partakis was born on 21/01/18. “Daddy and I are floating on Cloud 9 and falling more in love with her by the minute.Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.