Holly Willoughby has revealed that she still thinks about having more children.
The This Morning presenter is already mum to Harry, eight, Belle, six and Chester, two, with her TV producer husband Dan Baldwin.
But the 36-year-old says that when the family all spend time together it makes her think about having a fourth child.
“When you look around the table and you’ve got these little people you’ve made together who are just so funny, that’s when you think: ‘Maybe we should have more…’” she explained, in an interview with Fabulous magazine.
“But that’s not a reason to have more! That’s what I keep telling myself. No, no, no! I think I’m really, definitely done. I think.”
Doesn’t sound very certain, does she!
Holly was much more definite about her views on discussing weight loss and body image.
She has recently been criticised after posting pictures on Instagram, with many people saying she has lost too much weight and wondering where her famous curves had gone.
“I think people will always discuss it, and it’s exactly why I just won’t,” Holly insisted.
“It just adds to it.”
And the mum-of-three explained exactly why she felt it could be a dangerous topic.
“I’ve sat across from parents who have lost children from eating disorders and I don’t want to be part of that,” she said.
“Body image is such a dull subject when there is so much to talk about. As long as you’re happy and you’re healthy, move on.”
Holly discussed the gender pay gap, although the interview had been carried out before her reported £200,00 pay rise from ITV, which has put her on the same salary as co-host Phillip Schofield.
“If you have two equally qualified people who have been doing something for the same amount of time, then there is absolutely no excuse,” she said.
But as to whether she was earning the same as her pal Phil, she replied: “Do you know what? I have no idea. We’ve never spoken about it.”
The award-winning pair have been working together since Dancing On Ice in 2006.
And now, after the reported bumper pay out, she is now believed to earn the same as the 55-year-old.