Jamie Oliver's wife Jools looks radiant as she shows off her baby bump on the red carpet
TV chef Jamie Oliver and his wife Jools are said to be expecting a fifth child.
Jools (42) stepped out alongside Jamie (40) at a premiere in the UK tonight.
Former model Jools looked looked radiant and blooming as she wore a black jumpsuit and glitzy jacket.
The couple, who celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary last year, have four children - Poppy Honey (14), Daisy Boo (12), Petal Blossom (6), and Buddy Bear (5).
Last year, the chef revealed he loved having a big family and he said he suspected his wife would like to expand their brood even further.
“It’s an interesting question. My wife would love [a bigger family] but... that’s all I can say,” he told The Daily Mail.
When asked if he had considered a vasectomy, a procedure which sterilises men, the chef admitted that the thought had crossed his mind.
“I think that would be an option,” he said.
Oliver revealed he hasn’t prepared for the upcoming teenage years he is set to face being the father of three daughters, one of which is already 13.
“I’m seeking advice from everyone and it sounds like it’s a bloody horror show,” he said.
“I remember what I was like at that age, so I know I’m just going to be looking at a boyfriend and swearing to myself.
“I have a group of close friends that are all ex-Royal Marines and we have a surveillance plan with tracking comms and standard secret service protocol and we are contemplating doing it once to set a precedent so the boys are always wondering,” he said.
The 30 Minute Meals creator shed more than two stone as he prepared to air his Channel Four documentary ‘Sugar Rush’ created to launch his campaign against sugar.
Oliver revealed that his recent weight loss not only fits into the campaign but also with his changed ideas about aging.
“It totally fits with this campaign. I can’t remember exactly how much weight I’ve lost – I think 12kg.
“Turning 40 is an interesting one. You realise that you are not indestructible, but you also become much more paternal in general,” he said.