Peter Andre 's wife Emily MacDonagh, 31, has dropped a huge hint that she and husband Peter Andre will be trying for their third child after Christmas.
Their youngest son, Theo, four, is getting closer to starting school, and Emily has admitted that it has made her start thinking about having another baby.
Writing in her OK! column, Emily wrote: "We've previously said we might have another baby after Theo goes off to school and we've decided to talk about it properly after Christmas.
"I'm still not sure about being pregnant and giving birth during a pandemic.
"Even though there are various vaccines on the way, we may not be back to normal for some time."
The pair also have daughter Amelia, six, and Peter also has two children, Junior, 15, and Princess, 13, with ex-wife Katie Price.
Only a few days ago, Emily was seen bursting with pride as she watched Theo and Amelia hold hands with Junior and Princess while on a family holiday to Cyprus.
The family posted themselves going on a tour around a village in the Larnaca region, where the kids were seen looking very close as they walked through the streets.
Emily, who was walking behind them, said: "Oh my gosh. All four of them together."
Peter, 47, also appeared to love the family display as he also shared a video] of his four kids together, posing the special moment on social media.
He wrote: "Seeing you four grow up so fast is crazy but wonderful :)."
The couple have made no secret about considering more children to add to their brood, as they were seen discussing the decision on their reality series Life with the Andres.
He told The Sun ahead of the series: "Here I was trying to get my head around the thought of having one more child but then Emily throws a bombshell on me of having two more children.
"So now I’m really confused about what she wants.
"Before it was a definite no no, but now there’s a big possibility."
The pair were also shown getting a nursery ready for another baby as they talked about the big decision about extending their family.
- Peter Andre
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