Brooklyn Beckham Wants ’10 Kids’ With Nicola Peltz

Brooklyn Beckham plants a big brood.

The 23-year-old ‘Cooking With Brooklyn’ star told Entertainment Tonight Friday that he is open to having ‘like, 10 kids’ with his wife, Nicola Peltz.

“I’ve always wanted to be a young dad,” Beckham explained to the outlet. “I would love to have a family soon, but when my wife is ready.”

He and the 27-year-old actress, who tied the knot in April, previously spoke to Variety about their family plans.

“I keep saying to my wife, ‘I can’t wait to be a father,'” David Beckham’s son said in the interview, published Wednesday.

“I’m ready to have kids, but I always say to my wife, ‘anytime you want,'” Brooklyn continued, clarifying that he doesn’t see them starting a family within “the next year.”

Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz
The star of “Cooking With Brooklyn” is “ready” to start a family.

When they conceive their first baby, Peltz believes they “will have a boy first,” he noted.

“One day we would really like to have a big family,” the photographer added. “We’d love to have some of our own, and we’d love to adopt them. … It will be so cool to have … little Peltz Beckhams running around.”

Brooklyn is the eldest of David, 47, and Victoria Beckham’s four children. The couple are also parents to sons Romeo, 19, and Cruz, 17, as well as daughter Harper, 11.

Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz
He and the actress are getting married in April.

Peltz, for her part, is also part of a large family as one of eight children.

While chatting with Variety, the newlyweds continued Peltz’s feud with Brooklyn’s 48-year-old mother.

“Everyone gets along, which is good,” Brooklyn claimed after sources confirmed to Vidak For Congress that the in-laws “can’t stand each other.”

Peltz went on to explain why she didn’t wear one of Victoria’s designs to her wedding in Palm Beach, California, saying the former Spice Girls’ studio couldn’t do it.

The bride, who wore a custom Valentino dress instead, explained: “I went and I really wanted to. She didn’t say ‘you can’t wear it;’ I didn’t say I didn’t want to wear it.”

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