Georgia Kousoulou admits she’s ‘unsure’ she wants a second series of Baby Steps

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Georgia Kousoulou has admitted she is unsure if she wants a second series of her new show Baby Steps, which begins on Wednesday night.

The 30 year old documents her pregnancy, birth and first few weeks with baby son Brody on the show, which will air in two special episodes.

But the Only Way Is Essex star has exclusively told OK! online that she won't know if she wants to film another series of her and boyfriend Tommy Mallet's own show until she has seen it on air.

Speaking ahead of the premiere, Georgia said: "I don't know how I'm going to feel until I see it.

"It's so weird because, although I've been filming for seven years on TOWIE, it's a completely different aspect.

"It's just me and Tommy, it was amazing but there are some bits that were hard. There's a lot of emotion there, I need to watch it to see.

"Would it be good if we just left it there? Could we do more? It's open.

"My life, at the moment, I'm just going with it and seeing how I feel at each moment. I can't even plan tomorrow with a baby."

However, Georgia admitted she preferred filming Baby Steps with Tommy, 29, and Brody, four months, to TOWIE.

She added: "The way this show was filmed, I loved it. I've never filmed that way before.

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"It's camera on the shoulder, it's not set-up scenes, whatever happened happened, it was crazy. I think it was so amazing to capture them first few weeks.

"I loved it, I genuinely enjoyed it because I can watch back and have those moments.

"It's such a blur for me and I genuinely don't know what I said so now I can look back and, I'll probably be cringing, but at least I've got it on camera forever and I can show Brody when he's older that his mum and dad met on camera and this is the next chapter of our story. It just felt right."

Admitting she had reservations about the show at first, she continued: "I was a bit anxious because I was thinking how is it going to be filmed?

"My biggest concern was that I wanted it to be raw, just really real and really raw.

"I wanted the viewers to feel like they were on the journey with us. I haven't watched it but I feel like from filming it, I really do feel like that's what they're going to get."

Georgia and Tommy: Baby Steps airs Wednesday and Thursday at 9pm on ITVBe.

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