Jelly Roll and his wife are hoping to have twin boys.

Jelly Roll and Bunnie XO are planning IVF

Jelly Roll and Bunnie XO are planning IVF

The 'Save Me' singer - who has Bailee, 16, and Noah, seven, from previous relationships - and his wife Bunnie XO have been consulting with a fertility specialist since 2019 but it is only recently they felt in the right place to go ahead with starting a family together, though they still have some way to go before taking action on their plans, for which they will use a surrogate.

Speaking on her 'Dumb Blonde' podcast, Bunnie said: “This journey with IVF, we sat down a couple months ago. And I was just like, I feel like I’ve accomplished so much in my life. And the only thing that’s left is to raise a baby and garden. I’m in my baby mama gardening era....

“We’re on the fence of having twins. We think we want to have twin boys. I’m not sure. We could have one, we could have two. We don’t know what we’re going to do yet. We don’t plan on implanting until February 2025.”

The 44-year-old beauty admitted she was surprised that her husband wanted another child, and he is "really excited" at the thought of becoming a dad again.

She said: “J was like … ‘I would love to have a baby with you.'

“And that was not the response that I thought he would say. I was just like, ‘Wow really? Have you always felt like that?’ He was like, ‘Yeah, I will always have a baby with you. If you want to have a baby, cool. If you don’t, cool. Whatever you want to do.’ So now he’s, like, really excited about it.”

The 39-year-old country singer previously admitted one of the reasons behind his recent weight loss was to be in better shape to have another baby.

Appearing on the 'Bussin' With the Boys' podcast, Jelly - whose real name is Jason Bradley DeFord - said: "I think it was realising that I just want to feel good ... My wife and I are talking about having a baby. And it really made me realise, at almost 40, I was like, 'That means I gotta live till at least 60. I gotta see this kid into college.'

"I thought that every problem I ever had in life would be solved if I ever found any kind of success and stability.

"And then I started to get success and stability and still none of those problems are solved. My plan was never to be 60. It was to be, like, 55. But now I'm like, 'Well, I'd like to see my 60s.' You know what I mean? And that really lit it up."