Bruce Willis would like to have a son "eventually".
The 59-year-old actor welcomed his fifth daughter into the world last week and, although he insists it's "pretty cool" having a household filled with women, he is keen to become a father to a baby boy at some point in the future.
Speaking to PEOPLE.com, he said: "Eventually, I'd like a son. But I'm okay now."
Meanwhile, the 'Die Hard' star - who has grown-up children Rumer, Scout and Tallulah with his ex-spouse Demi Moore as well as Mabel, two, and one-week-old Evelyn with his wife Emma Heming - believes women have a higher level of intelligence than men, so they would make a better job of running the country than the male population.
He explained: "In general, I think women should be in charge of everything. They should be running the country ... women are just much smarter than men. Even if I had five boys, I'd still feel the same way."
And it seems Bruce even turns to his model wife, 35, for help with work around the house as he admits he gets angry at "domestic" things.
He said previously: "Domestic stuff gets me wound up - who moved these light bulbs? That sort of thing."