Ed Sheeran has said he would be "super grateful" to have more children with wife Cherry Seaborn but added that they're "so lucky to just have one".
The 30-year-old singer-songwriter and his wife welcomed their first child, daughter Lyra Antarctica Seaborn Sheeran, last September, and Sheeran has now said he would love to add to their family in the future.
Speaking to the Open House podcast, he said: "I would obviously be super grateful to be able to have any more kids, but I think girls are far superior to boys. As a boy myself, I feel like I can say this.
"I feel like we were so lucky to be able to have one that I think I would obviously love more. But I think we're so lucky to just have one.
"So if nothing else happens, I'm so happy, basically."
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The Shape of You hitmaker admitted that he felt like he'd joined a "club" when they became parents.
"I think that whenever you become a parent you enter into this club that all the other parents are in and everyone understands each other," he explained.
"My mum will babysit Lyra for the evening and we'll go out for a drink with someone who is also a parent.
"Then we'll be like, 'Oh, well, we're going to go back now,' and there's no pushback on that. It's just like, 'Yeah, cool, totally understand.'"
Sheeran previously said that becoming a father was "the best thing that ever happened to me".