Adele, Princess Catherine on Celebrity Mum of the Year list

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ADELE, Victoria Beckham and Lily Allen are among the celebrities shortlisted for Foxy Bingo's Celebrity Mum of the Year 2013 - as are expectant parents Duchess Catherine, Fearne Cotton and Sarah Storey.

The Rolling in the Deep hitmaker, who became a mother for the first time to son, thought to be called Angelo, in October, is joined by the former Spice Girls star and mother of four, and her fellow singer, who gave birth to her second daughter Marnie in January, as well as a host of other stars.

Three of the shortlisted women - Duchess Catherine, Fearne Cotton and Paralympic gold medal winner Sarah Storey - are not mothers yet, but are currently all pregnant, while Debbie Daley, the mum of Olympic diver Tom Daley, is also up for the accolade.

Other stars in the running include Victoria's former bandmate Emma Bunton, Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen, The Saturdays singer Una Healy and ex-glamour model Katie Price.

Voting for Foxy Bingo Celebrity Mum of the Year Award 2013 is now open at FoxyBingo.com.

The winner will be announced on Mother's Day.

Foxy Bingo's Celebrity Mum of the Year shortlist:

  • Adele
  • Amanda Holden
  • Andrea Mclean
  • Claire Richards
  • Coleen Rooney
  • Debbie Daley
  • Emma Bunton
  • Fearne Cotton
  • Holly Willoughby
  • Duchess Catherine
  • Katie Price
  • Lily Allen
  • Michelle Heaton
  • Myleene Klass
  • Sarah Storey
  • Tess Daly
  • Una Healy
  • Victoria Beckham

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