The fashion designer is feeling broody after finding out about her pal Jaime Winstone's pregnancy and couldn't keep her hands off the actress' tummy while they were out together on Thursday night (08.10.15).
A source close to Millie told BANG Showbiz: ''Millie was over the moon for Jaime and couldn't stop asking her questions and touching her bump.
''She couldn't hide her excitement and told Jaime she's hoping she'll be the next one to have a baby. It's a big decision but she's keen to start a family and is confident she'll be a great parent.''
The 26-year-old beauty joined Jaime - who is five months pregnant with her and her boyfriend James Suckling's first baby together - at the WXXX event in London to celebrate the launch of W Amsterdam while her rapper husband Professor Green continued with his UK tour.
The couple - who wed in 2013 - have had a few ups and downs with their relationship, even sharing a therapist, but are now as strong as ever.
Just a few weeks ago Green, 31, admitted he's eager to start a family with Millie.
The 'Monster' rapper - whose own dad committed suicide - said: ''I can't wait to be a dad and here [in their new house] it's definitely a plan. It used to scare me because of my experience growing up, but I think I will be a good father.''
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