Peter Andre reveals he might try for another child with wife Emily next year
Peter Andre has revealed that he and Emily MacDonagh are considering trying for another baby. The couple, who tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in the Maldives in June, have had three children together – Junior, 13, Princess, nine, and three-year-old Junior – and admitted that they have always planned to have four kids. The singer, who is 49, told OK! magazine: ‘I’ve always said my limit was until I turn 50! ‘Any more, I’d be worried I might not be able to keep up with them, but four is a nice number and it means I’ve got the rest of my life with Emily. ‘I’m really happy and I can’t wait to see the kids grow up.’ The couple, who are currently on their honeymoon after getting married in the Maldives this summer, were left heartbroken when Emily suffered two miscarriages in two years, but became parents for the third time in 2014.
Peter Andre, 49, has revealed he has never ruled out the chance of having another baby with his wife Emily, 32, in the future. The pair have been married for five years and are already parents to Amelia, seven, and Theodore, four. Peter spoke to The Sun about the possibility of expanding his family further and said he never wanted to ‘close the door’ to the idea. He said: ‘I’ve always said my limit was until I’m 50. But I’m still loving my job, I’m loving my life, and I’m loving my wife Emily. ‘If it happens, it would be a wonderful blessing for us. We’re incredibly blessed as it is.’
Peter Andre has revealed he could try for another baby with wife Emily next year – and his eldest son Junior is keen for them to have another child. The couple, who married in September 2015, have three sons – Junior, nine, and three-year-old twins Ben and Tommy – but have always said they would like to have one more baby. And in a new interview, Peter has revealed Junior has told him he wants them to have another child together. The star told The Sun’s Fabulous magazine: ‘I’m nearly 50, but Junior said to me, “I’m ready for another baby now, Dad.” But I’ve always said my limit was until I turn 50, which is next year.’ Peter – who is in the UK for the first time in 10 years for the All Star Driving School BGT show at the NEC in Birmingham – also revealed he still feels like a ‘kid’ himself, and when he’s with his children he feels ‘brand new’ again. He said: ‘I’m 49 but I still feel like a kid. When I’m with my kids, I feel brand new. It’s like I’m beginning all over again.’