Katie Price only gave birth to her fourth child in August, but is already thinking about having more kids.
Katie Price wants more children.
The former glamour model gave birth to fourth child Jett Riviera - her first with current husband Kieran Hayler - in August and though her spouse only wants one more baby, Katie wants her family to get much bigger so she doesn't get ''lonely'' in her old age.
She said: ''I've always said I want loads of children. I don't want to grow old lonely! But Kieran's saying he only wants one more and I['m saying, 'I don't think so!' For me, I'll carry on going, but with Caesareans, you can only have so many, so I'll carry on and then I'll joke that I'll then get a surrogate. I only joke, but I might be able to have another four myself, you don't know.''
Katie - who has son Harvey, 11, with Dwight Yorke, and kids Junior, eight, and Princess, six, with ex-husband Peter Andre - also insisted she isn't worried about losing her baby weight any time soon.
She told Britain's OK! magazine: ''I'm supposed to be doing the London marathon next April so really I should start training for that next month. I keep saying to Kieran, 'Please be strict with me'. I try to eat healthily but by the evening I'm like, 'F**k it, let's get the chocolate biscuits'.
''But if I do have the odd lump and bump then so what? I'm entitled to after four children. I put on about 50lbs during this pregnancy and I've got about 20lbs to go until I get to my normal weight. But I'm in no rush.''
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