Dec 5, 2013 10:00 AM
Is Britney Spears getting ready to settle down?! It certainly looks like it. Recently, the pop princess has been gushing about her new boyfriend David Lucado -- and now the mom of two is also revealing that she still wants more kids. During an appearance on Extra, Mario Lopez asked the 31-year-old about rumors she might retire after her two-year Las Vegas residency
"I might, who knows?" the pop star responded. "I may have two more kids, I don’t know." The also added, "I would like to have more kids."
When pressed if she wanted to add boys or girls to her clan, Britney, who is already mom to two sons, replied, "as long as they’re healthy." Well that sounds nice and well but we can totally see BritBrit loving having a daughter to dress up in a plethora of pink ensembles.
Sounds like Brit's got her sights on a growing family and her new beau, who she has been dating for eight months, may just be the man she settles down with.
Earlier this week, the "Work B*tch" singer told Ellen DeGeneres, "I just love that he's very passionate and he's funny and he's sexy and I don't know I like him. I just love him,' she said.
The bubbly blonde's relationship with Lucado is her most under the radar relationship to date, since her new man is not in the industry and works in a law firm. The "I Wanna Go" crooner admitted there are pros to dating someone out of "the industry." "I think it does kind of help, you know, with dating someone not in the business," she admitted. "I mean I could kind of understand how if you dated someone in the business they would get it, what you’re going through every day and stuff."
Looks like Miss Britney Jean could finally be lucky in love -- and we know Lucado is feeling pretty lucky right now! That dude's dating Britney Spears!
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