Tom Parker’s wife Kelsey has confessed she wants to have more children with The Wanted star.
The couple, who are already parents to Aurelia, 15 months, and four month old Bodhi, spoke out about their thoughts on expanding their brood while watching the documentary 22 Kids and Counting.
The 32 year old singer, who is currently being treated for an inoperable brain tumour, said he has had enough with two kids in the house, but his 30 year old wife isn’t so sure.
“We’re watching this programme and this family have 22 kids. 22,” Tom told his 212,000 Instagram followers.
His other half then joked: “Can I have 22?” before adding: “We didn’t start young enough.” Not convinced by her argument, Tom then quipped: “I love Aurelia to death but I couldn’t have 22 of them. We’ve got a boy and girl. Let’s not be greedy.”
The star, who recently cheekily shared a clip of his wife using a breast pump, continued: “No, I think I’m done for kids. Do you want more?”
Set in her ways, Kelsey immediately replied: “A hundred percent so get that out of your mind. You’re not done.”
Tom then joked: “Well there we have it. She determines what’s done with my semen. Well that’s the crux of it.”
It comes after Kelsey recently opened up about the latest heartbreaking tragedy that has affected her and her husband’s family.
Last week, the mum-of-two took to her Instagram and said there was “never a right time to ever post this,” before going on to reveal that her and Tom’s dog Buddy was hit by a van and sadly had to have his leg and tail amputated.
Explaining the incident happened when Tom was two days into his treatment following his brain tumour diagnosis and she was 36 weeks pregnant with their second child, Kelsey began her post: “There was never a right time to ever post this. However Buddy was hit by a van back in September. He had to have his leg and tail amputated.
“Tom and I were on our way to London, I was 36 weeks pregnant and we were on day 2 of treatment (Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy)”.
She continued alongside the snap of Buddy following his operation: “When I got a phone call from my Older Brother Sammy who said ‘Kelsey I have some bad news! Buddy’s just been run over outside Mums.
“I had to call you as it’s not looking good. They have rushed him to the vets.’ Honestly my brother is the least dramatic person. From that call I thought we had lost him”.
Kelsey went on to explain that that the vets have been “so shocked at his recovery” following the horrible incident and called Buddy a “walking miracle”.
Kelsey continued: “Buddy is living with my auntie atm as it’s a bit too much to give him the love and attention he needs.
“We love him so much and he is doing amazing on his three legs, we are so proud of him.”