LOS ANGELES (CNN) – Brigitte Nielsen shared that she will become a mother for the fifth time. The 54-year-old actress and model recently posted photos of herself sporting a baby bump on her Instagram account. “Family getting larger,” she wrote in the caption of one picture.
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Nielsen is already the mother of four adult sons, including one with ex-fiancé, former NFL player Mark Gastineau.
Nielsen married 39-year-old Mattia Dessi in 2006, and said two years later that she would like to have more children. “The children have kept me going,” she said in an interview. “After I do Playboy, we want to try IVF. It’s asking a lot, but if it’s possible, it would make our package complete.”READ MORE: Police Identify Oscar Rosales As Suspect In Texas Deputy Constable Charles Galloway Slaying
The statuesque Nielsen came to fame starring in “Rocky IV” and “Cobra” alongside Sylvester Stallone, whom she married in 1985. The couple divorced in 1987. Stallone was her second husband. Nielsen was also married to Kasper Winding from 1983 to 1984, Sebastian Copeland from 1990 to 1992 and Raoul Meyer from 1993 to 2005.
In 2005, Nielsen was featured in the VH1 reality series “Strange Love,” which centered on her relationship with rapper Flavor Flav. The pair had met earlier on another VH1 reality series, “The Surreal Life.”
The Danish actress is just the latest celeb to announce a late-in-life pregnancy. Last year, singer Janet Jackson gave birth to her first child, son Eissa, at the age of 50. In April, actress Rachel Weisz, 48, announced that she and her husband, actor Daniel Craig, were expecting their first child together.MORE NEWS: North Texas Judge To Decide In Day Or Two Whether To Keep Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes Jailed Until Trial
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