Holly Madison: I definitely want more kids with husband Pasquale Rotella soon
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 12/30/2013
Holly Madison is apparently hoping to get pregnant again in the new year.
"We definitely want more kids sometime soon," the former Holly's World and The Girls Next Door star, who just turned 34-years-old, toldUs Weekly.
Madison has been married to husband Pasquale Rotella for three months and the couple has a nine-month-old daughter named Rainbow Aurora.
"Most of next year I'm going to be concentrating on working and stuff, [but] hopefully by the end of next year," she clarified.
Madison revealed Rainbow Aurora already has five teeth and "she's crawling."
"She's cuter than ever," the former Playboy model told Us, adding that she has one New Year's resolution.
"To get organized because my life is disorganization nation right now -- I'm an absolute mess!" Madison explained. "Literally my house is a mess. Figuratively -- I'm just unorganized in every way."
Madison turned 34 on December 23 and reportedly celebrated with friends and Rotella at the Palms Hotel & Casino's Moon Nightclub in Las Vegas.
Madison and Rotella have been dating since 2011 and got engaged in June when Rotella popped the question at the top of the Ferris wheel at EDC Las Vegas. Rotella reportedly put a ring on it three months after the pair welcomed their baby girl into the world in early March. The pair wed in early September.
Madison and ex-boyfriend Hugh Hefner, Playboy's founder and editor-in-chief, split in the Fall of 2008 after they determined they wanted different things out of their relationship. Madison desired to get married and have children, while Hefner was hesitant to wed again after two failed marriages had ended in divorce.
Holly's World, originally titled Planet Holly, first premiered in December 2009 as a one-off special. However, its impressive ratings led E! to order an eight-episode season which debuted in June 2010.
The network premiered a second season of Holly's World in January 2011, but the series was canceled after the second season concluded in April of that year.