Peter Crouch and Abbey Clancy have four children – and now theyve admitted that theyre 100 percent finished with having babies.
The loving couple, who are parents to Sophia, eight, Liberty, four, 20-month-old Johnny, and three-month-old Jack, have ruled out any more kids with the former England football star saying their family is complete as they have no plans to expand their brood any further.
When asked if theyre done having little ones now, Peter, 38, said: Oh 100% [we are not having another child].
Its [Abbeys] fault I think, she still looks great! I dont know if we planned for four [children] but its amazing, I love it!
The sportsman continued: [To have] two boys and two girls, I feel blessed. Being able to take them to school now, pick them up and being hands on.
As you might expect, the star said he has plenty of plans to get his sons playing football as soon as he can as he wants his brood to follow in his footsteps.
Unfortunately for him, his two daughters arent interested in football at all.
Too bad, Peter.
Speaking during an appearance on the latest episode of Red Stripe Presents: This Feeling TV, Peter told hosts Laura Whitmore and Gordon Smart: The girls just arent interested in football at all, other sports yeah but not football so much.
Id love to get the boys into it. Ill take them to games and definitely theyll be picking up a golf club and theyll be playing tennis, as long as they want to.
Peter retired from football after Jack was born, and previously admitted his decision still hasnt really sunk in because of the wonderful chaos of having a new baby in the household.
He said: So this announcement feels a bit surreal. We have just welcomed our fourth child, Jack, into the family and the wonderful chaos that comes with a new baby means it hasnt really hit me that I havent gone back for pre-season training.