Jamie Oliver expecting fifth child?
Jamie Oliver's wife Jools as hinted that the couple - who already have Poppy, 12, Daisy, 11, Petal, five, and Buddy, four - are expecting their fifth child.
Jamie Oliver's wife has hinted the couple are expecting their fifth child.
The 39-year-old TV chef - who has kids Poppy, 12, Daisy, 11, Petal, five, and Buddy, four, with wife Juliette 'Jools' Norton - is said to be set to add another tot to his brood after Jools admitted she had been designing her own Moses basket.
She said: "There's this Moses basket I designed that I haven't been able to test personally yet. It would be nice to put it to use."
Jools - who married Jamie in 2000 - also shared that the TV chef has started a new fitness regime in response to comments about his weight and puts in early morning sessions before starting work in a bid to stay in shape.
However, the 38-year-old stay at home mum hopes the 'Jamie's 15-Minute Meals' star doesn't push himself too hard.
She told The Sunday Times newspaper: "I'd rather he was healthy than get a six-pack and have a heart attack".
Meanwhile, Jamie recently opened up about his battle with a lack of sleep, and after confessing he once averaged three-and-a-half hours a night, insisted he has come to terms with the problem.
He confessed that living the unhealthy lifestyle for a decade had caused him to put on weight and stopped him from functioning like a regular person.
Jamie explained: "'For the past decade I've been averaging about three-and-a-half hours a night.
"It got to a point this summer where I had to do something. I knew there was something wrong with me.
"On a fundamental level I wasn't functioning like a normal person.
"I'd sit down in the office, fall asleep and start dribbling. Not pretty. Not good.
I've got healthier and I've got more energy. I'm sharper in my head and more sober in the way I think."