Just days after Lara Bingle sparked speculation she's in the baby way again, her husband Sam Worthington has spoken out about the "protective" streak she and their two kids inspire in him.
"I am a very protective man, especially with my loved ones," Sam told the Sydney Morning Herald.
"So now I'm a parent I think I just got a little bit more protective," he added.
In fact, the Australian couple are jointly so private that the name of their second son, who they welcomed at the end of last year, is yet to be revealed!
Sam and Lara are also parents to one-year-old son Rocket and secretly wed in 2014 before welcoming their first born in 2015.
However it appears fatherhood has somewhat softened the Avatar star, who added becoming a dad has taught him a lesson in being less selfish.
"I think having kids helps you learn how to forgive because they are an antidote to selfishness and a constant reminder it's not always about you."
Sam's interview comes after Lara took to social media during last week's Grammy Awards, hinting that she's clucky for baby number three!
Despite only welcoming her second bub in October 2016, it seems the New York based model is keen to add to their family.
“I miss being pregnant,” Lara, who was watching pregnant Beyonce perform at the time, wrote on her Instagram story.
Sparking rumours she could be expecting again, Lara added, “I’m crying too. Am I pregnant again…” as she watched Bey and Adele get emotional over the Album of the Year award.
The mother-of-two then added more fuel to the pregnancy fire, posting another pic of mama-to-be Beyonce’s incredible performance with the singer’s belly proudly on show.
During Katy Perry's performance, Lara even hinted that she's got ice cream cravings writing, "Me waiting for my ice cream" over a photo of the serious-faced singer.
The 29-year-old has never made any secret about her wish for a big brood.
“I would love to have more children, definitely,” she told Today Extra last year.
“There’s nothing that really sets you up or prepares you for motherhood then when it happens, it is something you just can’t compare.”