Posh would 'never say never' to more kids

Posh would 'never say never' to more kids

Victoria Beckham is open to having another child.

The former Spice Girls star - who has children Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, nine, Cruz, seven, and 12-month-old Harper with husband David Beckham - admits juggling her family life with her fashion business can be tricky but she hasn't ruled out expanding her brood even further.

Asked where she sees herself in five years, she 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!"

Victoria also revealed she is a fan of steamy novel series '50 Shades of Grey' and while she has got her mum Jackie Adams to read the books, she is too embarrassed to discuss their content with her.

She told the new issue of America's Glamour magazine: "I'm halfway through the second one. I even bought my mum the book! But every time she tries to engage in conversation about it, I kind of dodge the subject. I don't really want to talk to my mother about S&M."

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