Mairead Ronan has admitted she “would love” to have another baby with her husband Louis Ronan.
The couple, who tied the knot in 2015, are already parents to two daughters – Eliza, 4, and Bonnie, 2.
Mairead is also mum to her 13-year-old son Dara, who she shares with her ex-husband Eamon Fitzpatrick.
Speaking to the RTÉ Guide, the 40-year-old said: “I would love to be a mum of four.”
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“If I had more time, I would have more babies, because I have had easy pregnancies and I just love that little snuggly newborn baby stage.”
“Having three and looking at Dara being 13 at his next birthday; it has all gone by in a flash,” she said.
“With them all growing up so fast, I would love another one. It is always there in the back of my mind! I will see what happens.”
Mairead also admitted her “biggest fear” is dying before her children are adults, after she lost her mum at a young age.
The Today FM host explained: “My biggest fear is dying before my children are old enough to be adults and that is probably in the back of my head because my mam died when I was 20.”
“I do try and look after my health for that reason; I am terrified of going before my children are adults.”