Roddy Alves has revealed her new name and opened up on her baby plans after transitioning.

The bombshell introduced herself as Jessica Alves to Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes on This Morning on Monday.

Jessica, 39, dropped the bombshell she would like to have a baby within the next three years.

The beauty expressed her hopes of having a child and living with someone who loves her at her beautiful home in the south of Spain.

She said: "I'd like to have a child, a baby. I have a beautiful house in the south of Spain.

"In three years, I visualise myself gardening and taking care of my baby with someone who loves me."

Roddy Alves unveils her new name as she talks baby plans after transitioning

Jessica must go under the knife to have three more surgeries to complete her transition.

It's been a costly transition with a £25,000 breast enlargement as well as injections in her hips, knees and feet over a five-day period in Brazil for £35,000.

Also, the blonde bombshell has had her Adam's apple and six pack removed, face feminisation surgery and a dosage of female hormones.

The bombshell introduced herself as Jessica to Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes on This Morning on Monday

Jessica said: "I still need two or three surgeries to complete transition. Then I swear for good, I'm done with plastic surgery. There is only so much one can take.

"Every time I go to surgery, it's scary, it's to be the person I am. I have to go through all that."

It was a gender fluid photo shoot that revived her desire to become a woman.

Jessica must go under the knife to have three more surgeries to complete her transition

After returning home, Jessica begun cross-dressing in secret as she kept all the lingerie from the shoot.

"I was fighting against the fact I have always been a woman inside myself," she said.

"I kept the lingerie, I started cross dressing in secret come back home and cross dress in secret nobody knew it made me feel really me."

Jessica begun cross dressing in secret as she kept all the lingerie from the shoot

Although she has a supportive family, she has lost friends following her transition.

She said: "My friends, I assumed were like very good friends, they are not friends anymore.

"A lot of my friends can't relate to the new me which I respect. I'm not going to force anyone to be my friend."

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