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The Beckhams Want Another Kid Already

A photo of David Beckham and Victoria Beckham

Wasn’t little Harper Seven born like a month ago? Oh wait, it hasn’t even been a whole month. It’s been 20 days. I don’t know, maybe after you have four kids that new baby smell wears off more quickly, and you realize that it’s high time to start the whole thing over again. It looks like that’s the case with David and Victoria Beckham, because they’ve already put the word out that they need another precious angel:

A little brother or sister for baby Harper?

That’s an optimistic possibility, according to dad David Beckham, 36, who’s been fawning over the family’s 2-week-old addition.

“We’d love one more,” Beckham, whose brood also includes boys Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, 8½, and Cruz, 6½, tells the Associated Press. “We’ve always said we’d love a big family and five was a number. If we’re lucky enough, then we hope to have one more.”

The soccer star, who welcomed his daughter July 10 with wife Victoria Beckham, 37, says baby Harper’s brothers adore her, too. “All the boys won’t leave her alone,” he says, “which is amazing.”

What’s it like having another lady in the house? “It’s different having a little girl,” he says. “She’s elegant.”

It’s pretty obvious that the Beckhams are adorable parents, but five kids? Jesus. I can barely even hang out with five adults at the same time, I don’t even want to think about how crazy it would be to be responsible for five little people.

Well, I guess I’m going to spend the rest of my night cowering in fear of having five children and knocking on wood like my uterus depends on it. See you guys bright and early tomorrow!

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  • like the truth the story that says ms jennifer lopez and puff daddy are back together@;;;itssssssssssssss a beckham affair!!

  • Do they look like politicians, or what?

    Maybe they should consider adoption…
    If in fact this questionable story is true…

    … Lotsa children who need help…. animals too…

    A morbid goodbye, but a loving hello (Hah… no telling) to what ever tomorrow brings…