Kelsey Grammer's daughter is thrilled that he and his wife are expecting another baby together.
The 61-year-old actor and his fourth wife Kayte Walsh, 36 - who already have four-year-old Faith and two-year-old Kelsey Jr. together - are set to welcome another child and Kelsey's daughter Greer Grammer, 24, is over the moon.
She told Us Weekly: "I'm very excited. I mean, my dad, he loves little kids. He always has, he's a huge little child fan, and he's just so good at it. Him and Kayte are such good partners and they parent so well together and they just want this kind of big family. So now I'm going to be one of seven, which is crazy.
"It's kind of awesome. I mean, it's really fun and I know that, like, when I start having kids - which won't be for a while - at least they'll have lots of aunts and uncles."
This will be Kelsey's seventh child; along with Greer, Faith and Kelsey Jr, he also has daughter Spencer, 32, from his marriage to Doreen Alderman and daughter Mason Olivia, 14, and son Jude Gordon, 12, with 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Camille Grammer.
Kayte is believed to be around six months pregnant with a baby boy.
The couple previously suffered the tragedy of Kayte having a miscarriage in 2010, and during her pregnancy with Faith, she was carrying twins but lost a son before his birth.
Announcing their little girl had been born, they said at the time: "A glorious birth with a lingering sadness is ours today. We choose to celebrate the life that has been given to us."
Earlier this year, Kelsey's former wife Camille - who he split from in 2010 - slammed him for not co-parenting Mason and Jude with her and claimed the animosity between them is causing difficulties in terms of raising their kids.
She said: "It's very difficult because he refuses to communicate with me and co-parent with me on any level. So what I do is: My kids go to therapy. I go to therapy. I used to think that there would be a day that would come along that someday I could co-parent with him, and he would be willing to talk to me because it would only help the kids."