Peter Andre and Emily MacDonagh want to have ''a few more kids'' in the future, the father-of-three has revealed.
Peter Andre and Emily MacDonagh want to have ''a few more kids''.
The 'Mysterious Girl' hitmaker and his new wife are devoted to 18-month-old daughter Amelia and while the singer - who also has kids Junior, 10, and Princess, eight, with ex-wife Katie Price - is keen to have another son, his doctor spouse wants several more additions to their family.
He said: ''Princess and Junior have bonded so well with Amelia and it's created this incredible family unit for Emily and I.
''I really wanted another boy but at the moment, Amelia is melting my heart. I keep saying to Emily, 'One more baby'.
''The other day though, she said, 'It won't be just one more baby - I think we'll have a few more kids.''
Before Peter embarks on gruelling training for UK TV contest 'Strictly Come Dancing', he is making the most of having time with his family.
He told Closer magazine: ''The kids love camping in the garden. They spend their time in this little tent I bought from a shop down the road. We toast marshmallows then snooze together in the sleeping bags.
''Emily and I love to entertain so we often have friends over for dinner. I'm really into barbecues too.
''If I'm cooking for Junior and Princess, I'll make a big batch of tuna pasta then we'll curl up on the sofa with a DVD.''
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