Jude Law may already have five children, but he's got no plans to call it a day on that front just yet as he’s revealed he’d welcome having more kids.
It comes as the Alfie actor married for the second time last year when he wed girlfriend Phillipa Coan.
In an interview with The Telegraph, Law said he would "absolutely" like to have a sixth child.
He shared: "I’m fortunate to be with someone where I’m having more fun than I’ve ever had in my life. We have an incredibly stable and healthy, wonderful family existence.
“And that involves my kids who are young adults… and then the younger ones are just so much joy and so much fun.
“I love it, so absolutely, why not [have another]? I’m very lucky to be involved with someone I’m madly in love with. So the idea of having more children would be just wonderful.”
Law, 47, is already father to three children, Rafferty, 23, Iris, 19, and Rudy, 17, through his marriage to actor Sadie Frost.
He became a father for the fourth time to a daughter, Sophia, in 2009 whose mother is US model Samantha Burke. He had another daughter, Ada, in 2015 with Catherine Harding.
Recently, his first wife Frost shared a photo of herself with Law before the two of them had children together, describing them as “crazy couple in love”.
The former couple married in 1997 before splitting in 2003.
Law and Coan tied the knot last year in a low-key ceremony at Old Marylebone Town Hall, having been together for four years.