Emily MacDonagh has revealed she would love to have another baby with husband Peter Andre.
The couple, who married in 2015, already have two children together – Amelia, three, and Theo, seven-months.
Junior doctor Emily has admitted she wouldn’t rule baby number three out but wants to make her career a priority first.
She told OK! magazine: “I’m not ready for another baby yet – I need to get my teeth back into work and enjoy the two children I have, but I’d never say never.
“I’ve reached the stage with Theo where it’s all becoming so much easier. Now when I see a newborn I think they’re gorgeous but I don’t actually want one anytime soon!”
This comes after Emily hinted she would love another tot during the couple’s travel segment on This Morning.
Pete and Emily hosted a two-part travelogue for the ITV talk show where they returned to their honeymoon destination, Santorini.
During the segment they were exploring a market on the island and the topic of having another child came up.
Emily picked up a super cute baby dress and said: “We have to have another girl so we can put this lovely little dress on her.”
But Pete didn’t respond and Emily added: “Well, that went down well.”
In a recent interview with Now magazine Pete, 44, admitted: “I’d like to have one more baby in about five years’ time.”
Meanwhile the Aussie singer revealed he is struggling to spend time with his other half because their adorable tot Theo won’t allow him to go near Emily.
He told Now magazine: “It’s a little more difficult now with little TJI Friday.
“He’s so cute. I think he’s almost like ‘You ain’t touching Mummy; you ain’t going going anywhere near Mama!’
“I’m not allowed to go anywhere near her, but I love him so much and he’s such a beautiful boy.”
Pete recently shared a rare photo of baby Theo as they enjoyed a bonding session.
In the snap the dad-of-four can be seen mopping the kitchen floor while Theo is strapped to his front in a carrier.
The star captioned the pic: “Ok I just took multitasking to a new level.”
The post bagged him a lot of praise from his followers with one writing: “Respect to you not many men do that to help their partners. The big applause to you.”
“Best daddy of the year for a reason,” another said.
A third wrote: “Good on you Pete; trying to be a good husband!”