Jamie Oliver: My family's 'complete'
Jamie Oliver feels his family is "complete".
The celebrity chef - who has Poppy, 14, Daisy, 13, Petal, seven, Buddy, five, and one-month-old River, with his wife Jools Oliver - says the couple are not planning on adding to their family.
When asked if they'll have anymore children, he told heat magazine: "I really don't think so. Personally, I never thought I'd have more than two kids, but our family feels very complete now. I'm grateful that Jools is such a brilliant mum."
However, the 41-year-old star insists he has no plans to get a vasectomy.
He quipped: "The problem with being a celebrity is that ... when you have your balls out to have the operation, there's going to be seven people there and I'll get a bit shy, funnily enough. And it scares me a little bit! And I don't want it on Snapchat so I don't think I'll be doing it. But definitely I need to be, er, restrained."
Meanwhile, Jamie previously admitted he was "shocked" to find out his wife was expecting their fifth child, which they welcomed into the world a few weeks ago.
He explained: "This was not expected, I can't even believe I'm saying it. I think my own family were like 'really?!' But we're all tuned in to kids, it's good, it's carnage!"
Hoping for a boy, he added: "It would be nice to balance it out a bit. A bit more testosterone would probably be a good thing, but do you know what, I'm just grateful for whatever I get if it's healthy, and I mean that."