“I would love another one,” Candice told the publication.
“I don’t know if it will ever happen and it won’t be any time soon if it does. I love kids and I love a big family."
The proud wife and mother went on to add that her husband is still working hard at his sporting career, which is the focus for their family.
"David is still heavily in his career, which means he is away a lot of the time and three kids on my own is a lot and three kids travelling is a lot.”
Candice opened up about her approach to parenting, revealing she has to work to a routine to cope with the "juggle" of being a mum.
“I am one of those annoying very strict regimented routine kind of mums because I have to be.
"I juggle like every other mum does. Besides working out and looking after my kids, my family is everything,” she told the publication.
And while the former Ironwoman doesn't rule out competing again, she won't do so in a professional capacity.
"I would definitely look at doing another marathon or maybe a triathlon somewhere down the line but at the moment, nothing professional ever again," she said.
The couple have been through two miscarriages in 15 months since David's cheating incident in Cape Town in March 2018.
"Looking back, it was a very horrific time," she told the publication.
"We had two miscarriages. It definitely took a toll on my body. It was heartbreaking. I thought, 'What more can be taken from me?'"