Sheffield silver star Jess's golden opportunity to be mum again

Golden girl Jess Ennis-Hill
Golden girl Jess Ennis-Hill
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Pride of Sheffield Jess Ennis-Hill, still celebrating Olympic silver (reprised here with highlights slide show), has her sights set on return to motherhood.

The Rio heptathlete success suggests now could be golden opportunity to give her son, aged two last month, a brother or sister.

" I want to go home, think about everything and then decide. I want to have some time being a normal mum, having time at home and doing different things.

"I just want to relax and chill and enjoy Reggie and I do want to [have another child] in the near future," she tells The Daily Telegraph.

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The 30-year-old South Yorkshire super mum, who has already ruled out future Olympic involvement, may also decide to turn her back on track and field ahead of next year's London World Championships.

"It's hard to say when is the right time, but I would want to retire on a high. I'm in a really happy place and have to decide."

Supermum and athletics pin-up girl combined

Supermum and athletics pin-up girl combined

While her toned six pack appeared to return almost as fast as her 800 metres gutsy gun to tape 2min 9.07sec Rio win, Jess confirms return to full fitness after giving birth actually took almost a year.

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Jess clearly missed her beloved family. "Being away from Reggie was one of the hardest things. I just wanted to give him a massive hug. I couldn't wait to get home and show him this medal".

The dedicated and determined athlete's own mum Alison Powell has suggested now may be right time for her daughter to slow down with potentially injurious training.

So watch this space for news of Procter and Gamble's Thank You Mum ambassador swapping running 100 metres hurdles to running another baby's bedtime bath.