Kerry Katona will try for another baby on her honeymoon.
The Atomic Kitten star - who has a three-month-old daughter, Dylan-Jorge, with her fiancé George Kay - is keen to add more kids to her brood with her future husband after the pair are married.
When asked if she feels pressured to have more children, Katona - who also has children Molly, 12 and Lily-Sue, 11, with her first husband, former Westlife star Brian McFadden and Heidi, seven, and Max, six, with her ex-spouse Mark Croft - told OK! magazine: "No not at all.
"George wants another soon because he doesn't want to be an old dad, so that's in the back of my mind, but he'll wait until I'm ready.
"We both want them close in age so we'll have a cheeky try for number six on our honeymoon."
Fortunately, the couple have managed to build up their confidence to try for another child following the difficulties that surrounded Dylan-Jorge's birth earlier this year.
Kerry explained: "Oh God, it was terrible. DJ died for 10 minutes and I was rushed to theatre after losing so much blood and my placenta erupted inside me - George thought he'd lost us both.
"I still get upset talking about it. At first, George was like: 'I couldn't put you through that again, it was too scary, what if the baby didn't make it?' But now we want another."
George said: "I've spoken to people who have had traumatic births and they say after six months you completely forget about it and want another one.
"That's happened even sooner for me - I already want another."