Enrique Iglesias Says His Love Life Has Improved Since Welcoming Twins: 'More Sex Now Than Ever'

Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova welcomed twins in December — and according to Iglesias, the duo has been having more sex ever since.

The “Move to Miami” singer — who is dad to 10-month-old twins Nicholas and Lucy with his longtime partner, 37 — got candid with The Sun about the couple’s sex life, “It’s probably more sex now than ever. The sex has not diminished.”

Becoming parents has added a new layer to Iglesias and the former tennis star’s relationship. “It’s incredible to watch her be such a great mother,” Iglesias, 43, said. “It’s incredible to watch a mum do what she does, when a mother’s instinct kicks in.”

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“Like any couple, you still go through your ups and downs and it’s not always perfect,” he added. “But it is perfect in a way.”

Iglesias’ comment on his sex life is not the first time he has offered up TMI. According to NME, Iglesias asked his fans during a show in 2011, “What does Spanish good looks have to do with the size of your penis? Maybe I have the Spanish looks, but I have the smallest penis in the world. I’m serious.”

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Iglesias also revealed to The Sun that he thinks about retiring from the music business. “There are days when I’d be lying if I said that stopping didn’t cross my mind,” he said.

He explained, “When I was 19 and traveling around the world with my first album, there were times I would think, ‘Oh man, maybe I should stop doing this. I need to take a break.’ And that has crossed my mind over the years.”

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“But now it has crossed my mind a few more times than before,” he continued. “Maybe I don’t see myself doing anything other than a few albums and that’s it. Then never doing anything again other than being a dad.”

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