Kimberley Walsh is done having kids.

Kimberley Walsh doesn't want more children

Kimberley Walsh doesn't want more children

The Girls Aloud star has sons Bobby, seven, Cole, five, and 12-month-old Nate with husband Justin Scott, and she has admitted she has no plans to try for a little girl.

She said: "No, I'm good with my little hat-trick."

And Kimberley thinks it is easier to have three boys because they share similar interests.

She added: "It's actually good having three of the same sex because you know what you're doing and they all kind of want to do the same thing.

"I'm sure it's nice to have a variety but I think it's going to work really well that Nate's a boy."

The 40-year-old singer admits she and her spouse hardly get any alone time, but they are fine with that as they are both "family-orientated".

She admitted: "It's quite full-on. We don't have a lot of time for just us, but we have a lot of family time and we're both so family-orientated, so that's just as enjoyable to us.

"Even if we try to have an evening together, it will be the one night that Bobby will come down the stairs like, 'I'm back, what are we watching? Where are the snacks?'"

Nate celebrated his first birthday last month, and the 'Love Machine' hitmaker admits time the year has flown by.

She told new! magazine: "I feel like I had him yesterday and now he's one, which is crazy, but he's such a good little boy."

Kimberley recently admitted she's accepted that she won't get much time to herself while the kids are young.

She said: “I don’t really get that much time to myself. I try.

"Sometimes, I’m like, ‘I just want to go and have a bath on my own.’ Sure enough, one of them wil break in and get in the bath with me. But that’s just life with young kids and I really wouldn’t change it.

"I don’t think there will be that many years of them wanting to get in the bath with me.

“Sometimes I do lock the door, put some music on and maybe even have a glass of wine.

“It’s good to have that time to myself, but I think you also know when you’re at that point in your life when it’s just not really about you and that’s fine. It will come back around.”