The couple welcomed their second son, Zekey, into the world in May and though they insist it is too early to think about providing a sibling for the little boy and his three-year-old brother Koa, they definitely want to expand their family again in future.
Speaking to the new issue of OK! magazine, Jodi said: ''It's hard to think about right now but Kian is from a big family of seven, so ideally we'd like three or four. The Irish have big families. We'd love a girl, but so long as they were happy and healthy, that's all that really matters.''
Though the couple would love a daughter and Jodi never imagined having sons, she is now ''obsessed'' with little boys.
Asked how she felt when she learned she was expecting a second son, she said: ''We'd like a girl at some point but we just wanted a healthy, happy baby. I never dreamt before Koa of being a mum to little boys, but now I'm obsessed with boys - they're such cool little dudes.
''And I thought Koa needed a companion - Zekey even wore one of Koa's little babygros in the hospital.''
Kian and Jodi tied the knot in 2009 before welcoming son Koa in 2011.
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