Samantha Womack wants more babies
Samantha Womack calls herself a ''natural born breeder'' and would like more children, if her 'EastEnders' schedule allows it
Samantha Womack wants more children when her 'EastEnders' schedule calms down.
The 37-year-old actress - who plays long-suffering club owner Ronnie Mitchell in the BBC One soap - would love to a baby brother or sister, but is struggling to fit it in with her busy career.
She said: "I am a natural born breeder, and it's what I do best. We make such great ones it would be criminal not to make another."
Samantha already has son Ben, nine, and daughter Lili-Rose, five, with her husband Mark Womack, who is also keen to extend their brood.
He added: "It's just a timing thing. Sam's still in 'EastEnders' but I think there could be one imminent, it's definitely not out of the question."
Samantha, who has played Ronnie since 2007, admits she would be focusing more on her family than her acting career in an ideal world.
She told OK! magazine: "I would like to spend less time worrying about money and to be pregnant constantly! The older you get the more chilled you become as a parent."
Mark and Samantha recently celebrated their first wedding anniversary with a meal together in London, and also flew out to Cannes together to attend the launch of Mark's new film 'Route Irish'.