David Beckham would love to have another two children, but admits the prospect might "scare" his wife Victoria.
The superstar couple already have three sons and a daughter - but David harbours a desire to expand his brood. Although the soccer star is open to more kids, he has joked that his fashion designer spouse may not share his enthusiasm.
"You know, we're very lucky to have four healthy children, if we have one or two more... two might scare Victoria, but maybe one more! But we'll see... you never know," he told UK TV show This Morning.
The 37-year-old hunk also spoke about his baby daughter Harper Seven, who turns one next month. David is over the moon to have a little girl around the house and has explained how different she is to his sons.
"She's relaxed, she's feminine - that was the biggest thing for me, it sounds silly but, everything about her is feminine, so having a little girl...," he beamed. "It still amazes me
"To have three boys... there's a lot of energy in the house, they are constantly on the go from the moment they wake up to the moment they sleep, and Harper is totally different."
David was also quizzed on speculation that he and Victoria could be leaving Los Angeles.
He insists he doesn't want to uproot his children as it could upset their education.
"There are always rumours about us moving. Right now our children are settled in America and it is not right to move from country to country and move them out of their school. We are settled in America and we have loved living there for almost six years now," he explained. ''We will always miss England. One day we will move back but right now the kids are doing well."
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