BORIS Johnson today finally confirmed he has six children after years dodging the question – admitting that he "changes a lot of nappies".
The PM is famously tight-lipped about his colourful private life and has always refused to spill exactly how many kids he's fathered.
But in a surprisingly candid interview with NBC on a trip to New York he opened up about his family.
Asked if he has six kids, Mr Johnson told the US news network: "Yes."
It is already known that the PM has at least six children but his reluctance to put a number on it has given rise to speculation he has more.
His third wife Carrie Johnson is pregnant with the couple's second child after giving birth to one-year-old Wilf last year.
Describing what it was like to have kids in Downing Street, the PM gushed: "It's fantastic! It's a lot of work but I absolutely love it. I change a lot of nappies."
Mr Johnson has four children with his second wife Marina Wheeler and one fathered during an affair.
Giving a rallying cry for Cabinet colleagues to "deliver" last week the PM joked that only father-of-six Jacob Rees-Mogg has seen as many delivery rooms as him.
Mr Rees-Mogg has notoriously never changed a nappy – leaving it to his long-time nanny.
Mr Johnson is in America for the UN General Assembly and will meet Joe Biden at the White House tonight.
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