It probably won't come as a huge surprise to most that Victoria Beckham has been lamenting her "crazy" testosterone heavy household - living of course with her footballer hubby and their three boys.
The 36-year-old former Spice Girl-turned-fashion-designer was speaking about her happy family and expecting her fourth child during her appearance as a special guest on Jimmy Fallon's US show yesterday, and was once again insistent that she and Beckham have no idea what gender their baby is.
The Sun newspaper had claimed that Posh recently discovered she was expecting her first girl after a 16-week scan, and that she and hubby David were "over the moon" at the news.
But the mother-of-three swiftly denied the reports during New York Fashion Week, and told comedian Fallon that she's still not certain whether she and Becks will find out the gender of their baby before it's born.
And that a tabloid newspaper won't be the first to know either.
Speaking about it all to Fallon, the star said:
"The bizarre thing is that the tabloids think they know the sex of the baby before we do. We have no idea, so it is kind of scary, how do they know?
"We don’t know, we might find out [the gender] though, we are excited. It will either be a boy to add to the three boys we have and we will have half of a five-aside football team if you add in David.
"We have so much testosterone in our house it is crazy."
Vic also joked that her breasts had grown in the four months since she found out she was expecting, and added when discussing her all-male family:
"Well... Come on, look at me. I'm looking very feminine at the moment."
And when asked if she'd be excited to have a daughter, she added:
"I would, I would. We just feel so blessed to be having another baby, we're very lucky."
Posh also bravely admitted that the Valentine's Day on Monday was the FIRST one she's ever spent with David in their entire 14-year relationship, due to work commitments and what have you.
"It is the first time we have actually been together for Valentine's Day because he has always been working or I have so it was nice."