Lindsay Lohan Says She'd 'Love' to Have More Kids and Give Baby Son Luai a Sibling: 'You Never Know'

The actress shares her son Luai with husband Bader Shammas

<p>Bryan Bedder/Getty</p> Lindsay Lohan and Bader Shammas at Netflix

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Lindsay Lohan and Bader Shammas at Netflix's Falling For Christmas Celebratory Holiday Fan Screening with Cast & Crew on November 9, 2022 in New York City.

Lindsay Lohan can't wait to one day grow her family.

On Thursday, the Mean Girls alum, 37, appeared on an episode of Today with Hoda & Jenna with her Irish Wish costar Ayesha Curry, 34. Co-hosts Jenna Bush Hager and Hoda Kotb asked both women about their families, with Bush Hager asking Lohan about coming from a big family.

"Yes, one of four," Lohan says of her siblings.

Bush Hager then asked the star if she wanted to have more kids.

"Yes, of course! I do. Yes," Lohan exclaims.

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"Do you want four like Ayesha?" Kotb chimes in, gesturing to the pregnant cookbook author.

"I mean, you never know," Lohan says. "Let's go for a second first. But I love having siblings. I feel so blessed to have other siblings to be able to hang with and talk to and relate with. I would love to have more. I want my son to have that same experience."

When Lohan walked the red carpet at the premiere of her new movie Irish Wish, she gave a special shoutout to her 8-month-old son.

<p>John Nacion/Variety via Getty</p> Lindsay Lohan wears Luai necklace

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Lindsay Lohan wears Luai necklace

As she posed for photographs, Lohan proudly displayed a gold nameplate necklace reading "Luai," the name of her baby boy whom she shares with husband Bader Shammas.

Last month, Lohan and Shammas posed for a photo with NBA star Steph Curry, 35, as they attended a Golden State Warriors game. Lohan stood between Curry and Shammas in the picture, while the basketball player gestured towards the actress.

On the other side of the star, Shammas held up a signed Curry jersey, which read "To Luai" and "Your godparents love you!" in Curry's writing, alluding to the fact that Curry and his pregnant wife Ayesha are Lohan's son's godparents.

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