The Wanted's Tom Parker considering baby number three

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 04:  Tom Parker and Kelsey Hardwick attend The London Cabaret Club launch party at The Bloomsbury Ballroom on May 4, 2016 in London, England.  (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett / Getty Images for The London Cabaret Club )
Tom Parker and his wife may have another baby. (Getty Images for The London Cabaret Club)

Tom Parker has revealed he is thinking about having another baby.

The Wanted singer, 33, told fans last year that he had been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.

But he has now shared that he plans to beat the odds and that he and his wife Kelsey are considering having a third child together.

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The couple are already parents to daughter Aurelia, two, and son Bodhi, 11 months, who Kelsey was expecting when Tom was diagnosed.

Speaking on This Morning, the star said: “We are thinking about having another one.”

“Don’t tell anyone!” he joked to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, who quipped that his secret was safe with them.

Tom said when he was first diagnosed with the tumour he did not want a prognosis and wanted to remain positive.

He said: “I said to them, I don’t really want a prognosis, because for me it was just… I know what the statistics are of this disease but I just didn’t want to hear it.

“They gave us 12 months at that point, and we are way past that.”

“Also, we are positive vibes,” his wife chimed in. “Positive vibes only.”

The star also opened up about his illness to The Sun, revealing that he was determined the defy the odds.

“They give you 12 to 18 months of survival,” he said. “But that’s the general statistics. Everyone we’ve spoken to has been way, way beyond that.

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“Now, we’re aiming to be cancer free by March. That’s the aim. This disease is always there. You might have residual cells but just not active.”

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