Coleen Rooney has said she isn't ruling out baby number four - and that she would love a girl.
But her and husband Wayne are happy with their three boys - Kai, seven, Klay, three and Kit, one - for the meantime.
Coleen said to the Daily Mirror: 鈥淚 have my hands full at the moment with three, so not any time soon.
鈥淧eople go on about, 鈥楧on鈥檛 you want a girl??but I鈥檓 not desperate for a girl. It would be nice if I did have one, but the boys are great. I quite like being the only girl in the house and I鈥檓 happy with what I鈥檝e got.
鈥淢otherhood鈥檚 totally important to me. I want my boys to have the best start in life.
鈥淭he boys need to learn the important things, respect and manners, so they grow up into good adults. I want to look at them when they鈥檙e adults and think, 鈥業鈥檝e raised those boys well鈥??/p>
And the busy mum, who is an ambassador for infant toy brand, Lamaze, added: 鈥淚t鈥檚 so lovely that my three absolutely love each other. Every morning when they wake up, they go into each other鈥檚 rooms and hug and kiss each other, which is so sweet.
鈥淥f course, as the day goes on, they do bicker a lot about one of them having a toy the other wants, so they鈥檙e pretty normal in that respect!
鈥淜ai and Klay are really good with Kit, and always looking out for him. Kit鈥檚 a lovely little boy who鈥檚 always laughing and smiling and although it鈥檚 very early to say, I think he鈥檚 going to be a strong character.
鈥淟uckily, even if the other two are a bit rough with him without meaning to be, he just laughs. I think it鈥檚 good for him and he鈥檒l grow up stronger because he has to hold his own.?/p>
Coleen, 31, said: 鈥淗aving three boys means it鈥檚 a lively house, but I find that quite natural. I鈥檝e always been brought up around lots of children. It鈥檚 good fun and I wouldn鈥檛 want it any other way.
鈥淚t鈥檚 so lovely to have a baby around again. When I had Kai, I couldn鈥檛 wait for him to walk and talk, that鈥檚 how you are with a first child, but with Klay and Kit I now realise each of those stages last such a short time and I treasure them. I want the little ones to stay young for as long as possible."
The Liverpool WAG said that all of the children are into football, but that her an Wayne are "leaving it up to the boys" if they pursue a career in the industry.
She said: "We鈥檒l leave it completely up to the boys whether they go into sport later in life and support them to the best of our ability in whatever path they follow.
"For now, I just think it鈥檚 important that they have lots of sport and activity in their lives because it鈥檚 good for their health and fitness.?/p>
Coleen also revealed her struggles to maintain her weight, and admitted she has to commit to the gym to maintain her size 10 frame.
She said: "I鈥檓 naturally curvy and short and there鈥檚 nothing I can do to make my legs longer, so I just have to work with what I鈥檝e got and make the best of it! I鈥檝e never loved exercise, but I鈥檝e always done it because I feel I have to.
鈥淭here are some people who are naturally slim, no matter what they eat, but it鈥檚 not like that for me.
鈥淚f I eat and eat, I put weight on, so I have to be stricter. I can never stick to diets because I love my food, but I try to be good in the week and then 鈥榗heat鈥?at the weekend with a takeaway or a glass of wine.
鈥淚 sometimes can鈥檛 believe I鈥檓 in my thirties because I feel younger than that. But then I look at my life and think, 鈥業鈥檝e got three kids already and I鈥檓 married.?/p>
鈥淎s a person, I鈥檓 down-to-earth, positive and always try to look forward rather than back. I鈥檓 inspired by people who could have a lot to moan about in life, but look for the good in other people.?/p>