Model Katie Price has expressed a desire to continue adding to her brood by having more children.
The 38-year-old former glamour model who has Harvey, Junior and Princess from a past relationship with Peter Andre, and Jett and two-year-old Bunny with husband Kieren Hayler, wants a huge family, and after she's stopped getting pregnant herself, plans to turn to adoption and other forms of becoming a parent, reported femalefirst.co.uk.
"As many as I can have. Then I want to do other things like adoption... I just want a big family, to never stop. I love it. I walk into the house and there are loads of kids - I don't know any different. It just works. I'll only stop when I'm ready," Price told OK! magazine.
Price also admitted to having a lot of names in mind for her future children.
She said: "Obviously I've got a Princess and a Bunny, Harvey was named after my granddad and Junior because he was a mini Pete, but I actually like the name Royalty, I don't care if no one else does."
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