Ross Kemp thinks he "should have" a vasectomy.
The 53-year-old actor and his wife Renee O'Brien welcomed twin daughters Ava and Kitty into the world last month and Ross - who has a son with his spouse and a boy with his ex-partner Nicola Coleman - says he won't be having anymore children, so he's open to the idea of getting his scrotum sterilised.
Asked by Holly Willoughby on 'This Morning' on Thursday (02.11.17), how he finds fatherhood, he said: "It's great. It's never easy, four is definitely enough."
And when quizzed if he's going to add to his brood, he replied: "So done."
Phillip Schofield then candidly asked the former 'EastEnders' star: "Are you going to be done?"
And he laughed: "I think I probably should be!"
The investigative journalist announced he had become a father for the third time after his wife gave birth a few week ago and, although he likes to keep details of his family life close to his chest, he revealed their sweet monikers almost straight away.
Taking to his Instagram account, he uploaded a photograph of Renee with the newborns and accompanied it with the caption: "Mum, Ava and Kitty doing well! Dad overjoyed. Thanks to all at the hospital! (sic)."
Ross shared his happy news with the world on social media just a few hours after the birth but he didn't reveal at the time that the pair had welcomed twins.
He said: "BIG THANKS to Lawrence Impey and his team. Very happy Dad again!"
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