David Cameron has hinted at his hopes to have another child in the near future.
Speaking at the Woodstock Literary Festival, he said, “I don’t believe Britain is over-populated. I don’t have any plans to reduce the population. I’d quite like to add to it personally, by quite possibly one, at some stage in the future.”
The Conservative leader, who already has two children, was left devastated in February after the death of his eldest child Ivan.
Six-year-old Ivan suffered from celebral palsy and epilepsy, and died after a lifetime of health troubles.
“So much of our life was arranged around Ivan, the void is immense,” said David following Ivan’s death.