Jamie Oliver doesn't want any more children.
The 44-year-old TV chef - who has kids Poppy, 17, Daisy, 16, Petal, 10, Buddy, nine, and River, three - has admitted his family is now complete and that he and his wife Jools have found a few new ways of keeping themselves happy.
Jamie told The Sun on Sunday newspaper's Bizarre on Sunday Column: "Friday night I make my missus a curry and she has a foot massage.
"In the Oliver household I used to have a little cuddle, and those cuddles turned into five children. I like to keep my wife happy and if a curry does it, and a foot massage, then I'm all over that."
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Earlier this year, Jamie confessed that being a parent is both "enjoyment and pain".
The TV star admitted it can be a struggle raising his kids - but he loves how "close" his family is.
Asked if he likes being a parent, he said: "Ummmm. Yeah. I mean, it's the yin and yang of enjoyment and pain, isn't it? And it's different pain at different stages of one's life.
"It just so happens that I have each stage in my life at this moment. I've got teenagers, I've got eight- and ten-year-olds and I've got a just-turned three-year-old.
"So I still have a child in my bed who sort of rattles around like an electric eel ... But yeah ... no, look, I love it. We're a very close family."
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Jamie also insisted he is the disciplinarian in his household and that he doesn't care if his children don't like him because he thinks rules are very important.
He explained: "I'm the [disciplinarian] because I just expect certain behaviour, really. And I don't really care if I'm liked."