Stephanie Davis wants another baby with Jeremy McConnell.
The former "Hollyoaks" actress has reunited with the Irish model - with whom she has four-month-old son Caben-Albi - and now things are back on track, she admits they'd love to have more kids together.
She said: "We've both talked about having another baby at some point.
"For Jez, it's about wanting to put right what he did wrong and be there throughout my next pregnancy.
"And I'm so broody - I'd love to give Caben a little sister one day.
"But I also want Jez to be there this time and for him to realise how hard pregnancy is.
"It would be special to go through it together the next time around. We want three kids eventually and it would be good to get them all out of the way. But my mum says, "Please, just wait a year. I can't cope with your lives." "
And though the couple haven't been back together for long, the 24-year-old star admitted she and Jeremy - who is currently in rehab - have been talking about getting married.
She said: "We'll probably wait a bit until everything is settled. But I can't wait to marry him one day.
"I want that moment of getting to the end of the aisle and thinking, "We did it."
"When the time comes, I want a traditional wedding. I'll do it properly, in a church with a lovely dress. I love Liverpool Cathedral, that would be amazing."
However, Stephanie accepts that it won't all be plain sailing for the couple.
She said: "Of course I know that there will be hard times to come, but nobody can blame me for wanting to keep my family together.
"All Jez has ever wanted is a loving stable family and now he's got somewhere he belongs."
And the actress is keen for them to go to therapy together in order to truly draw a line under the past.
She told Closer magazine: "I am 100 per cent up for going to counselling together.
"I want to be able to understand Jez as much as I can and for him to learn about me too.
"Hopefully he will understand what I've been through. I've been doing a lot of research on addiction and it's important for people to know it's OK to get help when you need it."