JOE Swash has hinted that he'll keep having kids with his fiancée Stacey Solomon until he has a baby girl.
The 39-year-old star said he'd love to have another child and is hoping he'll have a daughter in the future.
The ex-EastEnders actor revealed that he "100 per cent" wants another baby, but would stop having kids if he and Stacey had a girl.
The TV star said: "Rex has lulled us into a false of security. He was a perfect baby.
"He made things so easy. I definitely want one more I think. I definitely 100 per cent would like one more.
"I’d love a girl, at the moment we’ve got all boys. It’s a massive sausage party in here. Harry, Rex, Leighton. We’ve got loads of boys, I’d love to have a little girl."
The I'm a Celeb star joked that they Swash-Solomon household may end up like The Waltons – the US drama about a large tight-knit family.
Speaking on Lockdown Parenting Hell podcast, Joe added: "If we had another child and we had another girl that would be it.
"If we had another boy they’d always be that cloud over our heads until we go again, until we got the girl! We’ll end up like the Waltons."
The TV star recently revealed that her sons will give her away when she marries Joe.
Stacey is mum to Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight, and Rex, one, while Joe has son Harry, 13, from a previous relationship.
All four boys will walk Stacey down the aisle. She told Hello! magazine: "We've got four boys and they will all just be our page boys. We didn't want to make one the best man or give one a special role. But I would like them all to walk me down the aisle with my dad.
"Our dogs Theo and Peanut will of course also be involved! They're getting suits made and they'll have bow ties. I made a wedding planning book and a whole double page is dedicated to the dogs."
The coronavirus pandemic has made the process of wedding planning particularly stressful, with many hurdles still to jump before ceremonies can return to normal.
Despite the ever-changing government rules, Stacey remains upbeat her big day will go ahead as planned.
She said: "It's going really well and I'm really enjoying it, I'm trying to stay as positive as possible. I know the reality of the situation is that we might not even be allowed to get married this year, let alone have the people that we want there.
"But me and Joe have spoken about it. There are people in our lives who we don't think we will, unfortunately, have much time left with.
"So if worst comes to worst, and we can only have a wedding of six, then we will get married with those special people because it's really important to us to have certain people there."
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