By Crystal Henderson, EnStarz | Feb 20, 2013 10:39 AM EST
Rumors circulated that soccer star David Beckham and his fashion designer wife Victoria Beckham may be expanding their family after the athlete's comments in a recent interview.
The couple, who wed in July 1999, already have four children together: Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, 9, Cruz, 6, and 7-month-old Harper. In an interview with Jonathan Ross for his ITV1 chat show, David gushed about his family and wanting more children.
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"Harper is 7 months now. I can't even look at her without welling up. After having three boys, you just assume that you're going to have another boy, but when we got told she was a little girl, it was amazing," he said.
"We might have one more or two more, you never know. We're not thinking about it yet, but if it happens, great... we're busy people and we're enjoying the four kids that we've got already and we're lucky, we're lucky to have four healthy children."
David and Victoria both revealed in the past that they are always open to expandng their family tree.
"Victoria was making cheeky comments to everyone at Fashion Week who congratulated her about David's Paris move and asked her is she's planning on opening a Paris boutique," one source revealed, adding that Victoria reportedly said, "Maybe we'll get a Paris baby, too."
When asked by Glamour in August 2012 where she sees her family in five years, Victoria said: "I'd like everybody to be healthy and happy. I'd like to be growing the business at a steady pace, and to be making more women feel empowered, beautiful, and confident."
"And I'd never say never about another baby. It's a juggling act-a career, family, a husband who's busy. But I'd never say never!" she added.
David said that despite their busy lifestyles, both he and his wife attempt to have a "normal" life with their children.
"You know, we take them to school, we pick them up. We take them to taekwondo or wherever they go, so we always do the activities with them," he said.
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