Simon Cowell doesn't think he'll have more children.

The 58-year-old music mogul thinks it was his destiny to have four-year-old son Eric with his partner Lauren Silverman but he doesn't want to add to his brood anymore.

He said: ''I don't think I will have more kids. I'm 58 and Eric is amazing. I was talking to Cheryl about this, it's destiny, you look at the kids and why would you want to change anything else.''

And Simon sees life through his child's eyes and says it makes things so much more ''uncomplicated''.

He added to the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''I spoke to Eric a week ago on the ­anniversary of my mum dying, and he knew without me saying anything. My life now, I see it through his eyes and the funny thing is it is so uncomplicated.''

Meanwhile, Simon previously admitted he was ''changed'' by fatherhood and it wasn't something he had ''planned''.

He said: ''This was not something I planned. But I remember going to the first scan with Lauren. I called him Tad because he looked like a tadpole. Something just kicked in. I felt unbelievably protective of both of them. I just absolutely wanted him. I just hadn't known that before. I adore my son. We make each other laugh. We play with the dogs. I've taught him to share, to say please and thank you. Whatever he has he offers it to me.''

And Simon founds it ''easier'' to parent his son now the little boy can communicate.

He said: ''Now that he's communicating, it's much easier for me to be involved. I didn't know what to say to him when he was six months old but now he listens, talks, responds - I think he's very advanced. He understands a lot. He loves music and really responds to it.''