Danielle Lloyd wants a fifth child quite soon and will use gender selection to ensure she has a girl.
Danielle Lloyd plans to use gender selection to have a fifth child.
The 33-year-old model - who already has sons Archie, seven, Harry, six, and George, three, with ex-husband Jamie O'Hara and 12-day-old Ronnie with fiancé Michael O'Neill - adores her brood of boys but is dreaming of having a little girl, so will do whatever she can to maximise her chances next time around.
Asked if she'd use gender selection, she told Britain's OK! magazine: ''I think do. I've always dreamed of having a little girl. If we did have another I'd like it quite soon, I wouldn't want to be pregnant at 40 and it's for the kids to be close in age.''
And though she only gave birth less than two weeks ago, Danielle is already thinking about getting pregnant again.
She said: ''When you're in labour you think, never again, but just a few days later you're thinking about having more.
''Having Ronnie has made me and Michael more of a unit, more complete as a family, and I think another baby, a little girl especially, would only cement that more.''
Danielle's older sons would be thrilled if she does go on to have a baby girl because they were hoping for a sister this time around.
She said: ''Because we knew from quite early on in my pregnant that I was having a boy, they had lots of time to get used to it.
''But now they're asking when their little sister will be arriving.''
Danielle admitted after finding out she was expecting her fourth boy she wouldn't ''risk'' having a fifth male child.
She said: ''It's always been my dream to have a girl but I'd be fine with the four boys. Michael wants another baby but I wouldn't risk another boy. He's looked at gender selection so we could do that.''
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