David Beckham thinks he would be ''lucky'' to have more children, in addition to the four he already has.
David Beckham would be happy to have more children.
The soccer star and wife Victoria recently welcomed their fourth child, a daughter named Harper Seven, and he has not ruled out having an even larger family in addition to three sons Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, nine and six-year-old Cruz.
Speaking on 'The Ellen Degeneres Show', David said: "If we were lucky enough to have another one, it would be great. We always spoke about having a big family. We love children. We are very blessed to have four healthy children so if one comes along that would be amazing."
The 36-year-old hunk has previously revealed he would be happy to have "one more" child as he and Victoria had always wanted to have a total of five.
David added: "Are we done now or will we see any more in the future? We'd like one more. We've always said we'd love a big family and five is the number. We hope to have one more. Victoria's doing amazingly well, so we'll see."