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Simon Cowell's 'true love' will be his baby

October 7th, 2013 9:20pm EDT | Lucy Hobson By: Lucy Hobson favorite Add to My News

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Amanda Holden thinks Simon Cowell's "true love" will be his baby.

The 54-year-old media mogul is expecting his first child with New York socialite Lauren Silverman and Amanda thinks Simon - who has had a string of relationships with numerous women including Sinitta and ex-fiancee Mezhgan Hussainy - will "fall in love" with his child.

She told The Daily Mirror newspaper: "He'll fall in love with that baby and that will be it. That will be who his true love is in his life."

The blonde beauty is convinced Simon's life will change after becoming a father and the things he jokes about now won't happen.

She explained: "All I've said before is that I think he underestimates how much he's going to love that baby, and how much he's just gonna do anything and everything for it, and how life will utterly change.

"It doesn't matter how much help he can afford or the other things he keeps joking about, and joking about leaving all his money to various dog's homes, none of that will happen."

Amanda thinks Simon will be a better parent than any of the other 'Britain's Got Talent' judges they work alongside, these include David Walliams and Alesha Dixon who each have their own children.

Amanda has a seven-year-old daughter Lexi and 20-month-old Hollie with Chris Hughes, while David has six-month old son with wife Lara Stone and Alesha gave birth to a daughter Azura Sienna with partner Azuka Ononye recently.

She added: "He's great with children, out of all of us, I think he's the best. The least patronising and the funniest, he's really good.

"And because he's had a good life and been very mischievous, I hope it'll be payback - I hope his son gives him hell!"

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