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 honor 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!"