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LiLo: I want a son like my brother

Published 16/06/2015

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan posted a touching message to brother Cody on his birthday, admitting she would love to have a son just like him the future.

The 28-year-old actress posted a touching message to sibling Cody as he marked his 19th birthday.

And in an Instagram post, Lindsay wished Cody a very happy day as she shared a video of him riding a lawnmower.

“Happy birthday to my beautiful brother - I could only dream of having a son like you one day @codylohan,” Lindsay captioned the footage.

This is not the first time Lindsay has spoken about her desire to have children. The actress, who is reportedly dating Italian entrepreneur Mathia Milani, told Britain’s Sunday Times newspaper over the weekend she definitely sees motherhood in her future.

"I want kids,” she told the publication. “I want to settle down with someone. I want a family."

Lindsay previously opened up about her connection to her younger sibling. In the premiere episode of her reality show Lindsay, the actress spoke about how much she loves her brother.

"Cody and I have a special bond, which is great," she said. "He's so close to my heart. He's so cute.

"There's so much love in all of my family members. We have so much love in each one of us.”

Despite the strong bond with her brother, it was recently claimed Lindsay had missed Cody’s graduation because she is so committed to becoming a Brit.

The American star spent a lot of time in London last year amid rumours she was considering moving to the UK.

Cody graduated high school in June 2014, but Lindsay was missing from the photos taken at his ceremony in Long Island. Instead, she was photographed out and about in England's capital.

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