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Peter Andre’s wife wants another baby!

Gemma Strong
Gemma StrongOnline Digital News Director
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They only welcomed son Theo in November, but Peter Andre’s wife Emily MacDonagh already has plans to expand their family. The mum-of-two has revealed that she hopes to have another baby with her husband in a new interview with Now magazine.

"I’d like to have one more baby in about five years’ time," the 27-year-old said – although it seems that Pete is slightly less sure. He quipped: "I don’t know about that! Take it easy! I don’t mind practising, but I don’t know…"

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Peter Andre's wife Emily has admitted she would like another baby

Pete and Emily have two children together – Amelia, three, and baby Theo – while the 43-year-old is also dad to 11-year-old Junior and Princess, nine, from his marriage to Katie Price. "I’ve realised how mad that is, four kids," the star admitted. "I look in the rear-view mirror and I see them all on the back seat and I’m like, ‘When did all this happen?’ It’s bonkers!"

Emily agreed that life is certainly busy in the Andre household. "Things are very good. It’s busy definitely with Theo," she said. "He isn’t sleeping very well at the moment – only about two hours at a time. I’m hoping there’s a light at the end of the tunnel and it’s going to get easier.

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The couple welcomed their first child together in November

"Amelia was an absolute star, a dream child who slept through the night after eight weeks. I think I had it easy first time round… But Theo’s so gorgeous so I don’t mind. Even if he’s a complete nightmare and doesn’t sleep for years and years and years, at least we have a boy and we have a girl. We’re a complete family and we’re in a lovely position."

The sweet couple also opened up about the dynamic between Pete’s eldest children, Junior and Princess. “They have an incredible love-hate relationship,” Pete admitted, with his wife adding: "They can’t live without each other. They fight like cat and dog, but then five minutes later they love each other again. If you try to separate them, then they are devastated. But they’re not exactly hard work, those two – they’re the loveliest kids."

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