Amanda Holden has been advised not to have anymore children by doctors and her husband Chris Hughes has insisted they won't be adding to their family.
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge - who had a stillborn son, Theo, in 2011, almost died after giving birth to her daughter Hollie last year - admits her husband Chris Hughes has vowed to divorce her if she falls pregnant again because he can't go through anymore pain.
She said: "I've been advised not to have any more [children]. Chris said I could have one but not with him as he would leave me! He never wants to go through that again."
The 42-year-old actress - who also has seven-year-old daughter Lexi with Chris - thinks she is over her ordeal but insists there isn't a day that goes by that she doesn't think about Theo.
She explained: "You think you've put it all to rest but there isn't a day that goes by when I don't think about Theo. I made myself go through every second of it to do the story, and the memory of my little boy, justice [in my autobiography]. At the same time, I don't want people to think, 'She's not going on about that again, is she?' I don't feel sorry for myself."
However, Amanda - who also suffered a miscarriage in 2010 - believes seeing a therapist after the tragic event helped her come out a stronger person.
She said: "I need to see a therapist because of my miscarriage, my baby boy, nearly drying and all the other s**t. I suddenly realised I didn't have anything left to deal with it. I'm really glad I sought help."