Peter Andre and Katie Price's son doesn't want any more siblings.
Junior Andre - who turned 16 on Sunday (13.06.21) - thinks there would be too much of an age gap between himself and another sibling and he wouldn't be able to enjoy the same bond with them as a big brother as he does with sister Princess, 13, or half-siblings Amelia, seven, and Theo, four, who his dad has with wife Emily, or Jett, seven, and Bunny, six, who his mother has with ex-husband Kieran Hayler.
Asked if he'd like another sibling, Junior - whose mother also has 19-year-old Harvey from a previous relationship - said: "No, because I think the age gap would be too big.
"If Emily got pregnant now that means the baby would be born when I’m almost 17 and I don’t think the same strong bond would be there. I’ll be close to moving out of the house. I want to be the big brother they love so much and not someone they hardly ever see. I also have six siblings already so there are quite a few of us."
Peter can understand his son's concerns but thinks he'd still have a great bond with a sibling - though he also knows it may not be too long before the teenager makes him a grandparent.
In a joint interview with his son for OK! magazine, he responded: I always think of my brother Andrew. He was 16 years older than me and I was closest with him when I was younger.
"Junior and Theo’s bond is unreal so I think you can still have that.
" But in 10 years Junior might be married with children so we have that to look forward to. I don’t like the name Granddad, though. I want to be the Big G or the OG, for old granddad. The word Granddad would make me feel old!"
While Katie has been open about her plans to have a baby with fiance Carl Woods, her ex-husband is more uncertain about the idea.
He said of the possibility: "Hell to the no! Every time I think about it and think it would be great, we then meet people who’ve just had kids and spend an hour with them and I don’t know if I can go through all that again.
"But that’s not to say never. I did say we had this year to decide and I didn’t want to be changing nappies after I’m 50, but because of Covid I’ve pushed it back a year to 51!"