No more kids for Seal and Heidi

No more kids for Seal and Heidi

Seal doesn’t want anymore children.

The ‘Kiss from a Rose’ singer raises four kids with his model wife Heidi Klum and admits he doesn’t want to add to their brood now they have two-month-old daughter Lou.

He said: “I found myself thinking, before she was born: ‘We’ve got three kids, how am I going to find anymore love to give another kid?’

"And we were like: ‘Oh, it’s fine - we’ve done this three times, we’re sure it’ll be fine.’ Then, of course, she turned up and the first time I held her up in my arms at the hospital, she looked up at me with this frown – which she definitely got from me – with a look on her face as if to say: ‘Oh my God, I’ve got a sneaky suspicion that’s my father!’

"I just fell in love at that point. But four is definitely enough.”

The 46-year-old singer is now “smitten” with the latest addition to his family but admits he sometimes feels “frazzled” when she doesn’t sleep.

He said: “Lou is so gorgeous. She is so beautiful. You can tell I’m smitten. Round about now, I would literally be frazzled because I’ve been getting up every night and walking with her. But Heidi was up with her during the time I was gone so I want to reacquaint myself with her.”

Seal and Heidi first started dating in early 2004, when the beauty was pregnant with her first child, daughter Leni, from an earlier relationship with Formula One boss Flavio Briatore.

The couple also have two sons, Henry, four, and Johan, three.

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