In her latest interview, Miss Humble said she decided she would not become a mother when she was 14. “Children are terrifying things. I love them – but only when I can give them back. I am better with my dogs. “People are very judgemental, it’s as if I made a selfish decision not to have children but I never, ever wanted them.” Miss Humble, who is also the president of the RSPB, said while she does not want to have children she is passionate about getting them involved in wildlife. “We desperately need to get children out there exploring the natural world”, she added. “They are the future generation of conservationists, they need to understand and care about it, otherwise what is going to happen? “We have become an increasingly urban population. The natural world is so much more exciting.” In an interview in April, Miss Humble said she first moved to London after spending a year travelling in Africa. She moved into a squat in a mansion in Camden, North London, and said it was previously owned by the Bay City Rollers. "It was exciting living in a big city," she told the Independent on Sunday. "I was 19, based in a squat and living on crisps, air and illegal drugs." Miss Humble, who also presents Airport Live, moved to Monmouthshire with her husband of 20 years Ludo Graham from London six years ago. She added: “I am also really independent. When you marry someone there is an immediate assumption that you become ‘one’ but you’re still two people and I think sometimes when you don’t remember that and you don’t respect each other’s space it can get very claustrophobic.” . Below the Line Contact Form; Any information provided in this contact form may be processed by ITG in accordance with ITG’s Privacy Notice.; Name**. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us..