Golf superstar Tiger Woods reportedly wants another baby with his wife, in a bid to save their marriage after he was unfaithful.
Friends have apparently said that Tiger thinks a third child would "help the healing process".
He must need his head examining. Pregnancy hormones, morning sickness, sleepless nights and nappies don't sound like the way to fix a rocky relationship to me.
I doubt his missus Elin is too keen on the idea right now. That's if she hasn't already made it physically impossible for him to father any more children.
Apparently the pair are planning a "second honeymoon" on Tiger's £13 million yacht to try to rebuild their marriage.
A friend of the couple told the Daily Star: "Another baby is Tiger's idea. Right now, Elin is horrified by the idea... but he believes that when they're alone on the ocean waves he can change her mind."
Yeah. Either that or she'll chuck him overboard.
However another friend, golfer Fred Funk told the Daily Star that Elin wants to save their relationship.
He said: "She is not some little wimp. Anything she does, she wants to win. And if she wants to save this marriage, it could work."
Woods has admitted being unfaithful to his wife and announced last week that he was taking a break from golf to try to fix his marriage.
He says he is hoping to become a "better husband, father and person".
The couple already have two children, a daughter, Sam, aged two, and a son, Charlie, aged ten months.
Perhaps he should concentrate on keeping the family he's got before he thinks about extending it further.
Why is it that people think they can glue a marriage back together with a baby? It sounds like madness to me. What do you think? Is it possible to repair a relationship with a child?
Source: Daily StarSuggest a correction