Jessie J has opened up about wanting to become a mother one day in an emotional Mother's Day post.
The singer, 32, uploaded a picture of herself as a baby, captioning it with what she told herself six years ago when she learned she wouldn't be able to conceive naturally.
Jessie J, who recently rekindled her relationship with actor Channing Tatum, dedicated the post "to all mothers", before telling them how powerful they are.
"Whoever and wherever you are... You are so POWERFUL!" she wrote. "Never forget your strength and the love that lives within you."
Mothers who have 1 child Mothers who have 10+ children Mothers who have adopted Mothers who have fostered Mothers who haven’t yet but want to one day Mothers who know they can but are struggling Mothers freezing eggs for when the time is right Mothers doing endless rounds of IVF Mothers who are younger Mothers who are older Mothers who are still trying Mothers who are expecting Mothers who have just become a mother Mothers who have lost... ❤️ Whoever and wherever you are... You are so POWERFUL! Never forget your strength and the love that lives within you. My heart, my love and positive healing calm energy is being sent to YOU right now. Women are INCREDIBLE! I love you ALL ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ This is me when I was a baby. One day. I will be a mother ❤️🙏🏻☀️
In the post the singer vowed she would start her own family one day.
"My heart, my love and positive healing calm energy is being sent to YOU right now." She continued. "Women are INCREDIBLE! I love you ALL ️ This is me when I was a baby. One day. I will be a mother "
The 'Price Tag' singer talked candidly about her fertility struggles on stage at the London's Royal Albert Hall in late 2018.
"I was told four years ago that I can't ever have children," she told the audience at the time.
"I don't tell you guys for sympathy because I'm one of millions of women and men that have gone through this and will go through this. It can't be something that defines us."
The pop star later told The Mirror that she 'still believes in miracles.'
"And as women know, it sometimes doesn't just happen, it's a process" she said, "the reason I spoke about it before wasn't for sympathy and it still isn't, it's to just be open about it".