MCFLY’s Harry Judd delighted fans when he announced the birth of his first child, at the beginning of this year.
Tom Fletcher’s pal, and his wife Izzy, have been open about their struggle to conceive naturally.
The pair, who recently celebrated their four-year wedding anniversary, were also left heartbroken after suffering a miscarriage, following their first attempt at IVF.
And, speaking exclusively to OK! Online, the It’s All About You singer admitted they were hoping to expand their family in the future.
“We’d love a big family,” he revealed, on the red carpet of the Pride Of Sport awards.
“We spent long enough trying to get the first one, so we’ll see.
“If we’re lucky enough, we’d love to have another baby.”
Harry and Izzy met back in 2005, when the former violinist appeared in the string section of McFly’s tour.
They tied the knot seven years later, in an intimate ceremony in Hertfordshire.
However, the couple have endured a difficult path to parenthood, after the musician was diagnosed with polycystic ovaries.
They went through the heartbreak of a miscarriage, in 2014, before trying IVF treatments to start their family.
But Harry revealed they are putting the sad memories behind them to make Lola’s first festive period exciting.
Discussing how they were planning to mark her first Christmas, he added: “We’ve got her some presents.
“We’re at Izzy’s for the first Christmas, and we’ve been buying her some presents – even though she has no idea what they are.
“We’re still hiding them from her!”
“She’s going to be 11 months, I think they just enjoy the wrapping, but it’s a novelty for us!”
Their little one’s birth sparked a double celebration for the band, as Tom Fletcher’s son, Buddy, was born just weeks after Lola.
And the 30 year old has been giving fans adorable glimpses into his life as a new dad.
Earlier this year, he melted fans’ hearts as he took to Instagram with a beautiful snap of himself and his daughter.
He posted a photo of her strapped to his chest, while he practised drumming, with his 563k followers.
The drummer described the position as his “happy place”.
Dougie Poynter’s pal also posted a photo just weeks ago, revealing she had already picked up on his musical genes.
He uploaded an adorable picture of their journey to “a class”.
“Taking the little one to a class,” he captioned the shot.
“She loves music and is already bobbing up and down, swaying from side to side, throwing her hands in the air and sometimes chucks in a jive kick.”