The 32-year-old sports star - who treated his sons to some candy floss as they supported mum Victoria at one of the Spice Girls' LA dates - revealed on American TV this week he fancies a couple more children
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His wife - seen performing Spice Up Your Life at the concert - responded: "I've had three!... It's not about parenting, it's about crowd control now"
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While they come to an agreement on the subject, the LA Galaxy player has plenty to keep him occupied. He's just added to his lucrative advertising portfolio by starring in a phone campaign with a large snake
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7 DECEMBER 2007
While he's made no secret of his desire to have more children, David Beckham may have to talk through the particulars of caring for a big brood with his wife first. The football ace's other half had a few words to say on the subject when he spoke of his desire to add to their family on American TV this week.
"I'd love two more children," 32-year-old David told US chat show host Barbara Walters. "I've always wanted a big family. Victoria knows that."
A shocked-looking Victoria replied: "I've had three! I'd love to have more children but our three boys are so active, it's not about parenting, it's about crowd control now."
Becks - who was helping out with "crowd control" this week by looking after the Beckham boys as mum took the stage with the Spice Girls in LA - has got plenty to keep him occupied while he talks his wife round to the idea of more kids.
Hot on the heels of a deal to be the face of Armani underwear has come another addition to his lucrative promotional portfolio, a role in a new phone ad, starring with a huge snake.
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