Rod Stewart and wife Penny Lancaster are trying for another baby.
The Maggie May singer, who already has a 22-month-old son, Alastair, with the 36-year-old model, revealed his desire to expand their family in a romantic Valentine's Day card.
Penny - who wed the 62-year-old rocker in June - told First magazine: "Rod wrote in my Valentine's card this year, 'Let's make baby number two.'
"And now it's definitely the right time."
Penny recently revealed she would like Alastair to have a baby sister.
She said: "We will be trying for another as soon as we can fit it in - we are ready now! We'd both love one in another year. A little girl would be wonderful as it would be a little playmate for Alastair. We'll be happy to stop at that."
Meanwhile, Rod - who has five other children from three previous relationships - has been spotted wearing his CBE medal while enjoying a late breakfast in California.
The You Wear it Well singer, who was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire earlier this year, teamed the prestigious honour with a striped jumper and light blue jeans.
An onlooker at the cafe, where he was joined by Penny and eldest son Sean, said: "He's obviously very proud of it but it did look a little strange!"