Mark Wahlberg says his wife Rhea Durham - who gave birth to their fourth child last week - claims she doesn't want more children but is already hinting about trying for a fifth baby.
Mark Wahlberg's wife wants another baby.
The actor's spouse Rhea Durham says her fourth child, daughter Grace Margaret, who was born last week, will be their last but the 'Boogie Nights' star doesn't believe she means it.
He said: "She's saying she's done, but she did start hinting to the fact that this wouldn't be the last time that we're in the hospital, and she loves being a mother. So she may end up wanting one more. We'll see what happens."
However, Mark admitted he would be happy to expand their family even further.
He said: "I'm the youngest of nine, so the more the merrier."
The 38-year-old star - who also has six-year-old Ella, Michael, three, and 16-month-old Brendan with Rhea - also joked he and his wife enjoyed her recent stint in hospital because it was the best night's sleep they had had in a long time.
He told US TV talk show host Ellen Degeneres: "It was the first time we had a couple of days of peace and quiet even though she had to go through the pain of giving birth. She actually liked the fact that we were in a hotel room, alone. Well, it's kind of like a hotel room, the hospital room. She had a TV. I could watch my TV at the same time. She didn't really want to go home!"