Olivia Wilde on Having Kids with Jason Sudeikis: ‘The More the Merrier’

04/08/2016 at 02:45 PM ET

Olivia Wilde is ready to have a hive of her own.

The actress and Jason Sudeikis are more than ready to give Beyoncé‘s biggest fan, their 2-year-old son Otis Alexander, a sibling.

“I’m desperate for more [kids]!” Wilde told PEOPLE at the Marimekko for Target event in New York Thursday night.

“I love my siblings so much and Jason has incredible siblings too. The more the merrier.”

And Otis is already on board with being a big brother — for the most part.

“[He] loves little babies,” Wilde shares. “He has a Michael Jordan doll that he carries around sometimes. [He uses the doll] as either a hammer or a baby.”

Olivia Wilde Marimekko for Target
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While Wilde is eager to expand her brood, she does have her hands full with Otis.

“We were just rocking out to ‘Who Run the World’ ” Wilde, 32, says. “He has this fun little punch-dance move that [Beyoncé] may want to borrow for her choreography — it’s pretty great.”

But Queen Bey isn’t the only celeb Otis channels. “Jason says [Otis] dresses like Kanye, which I think is 100 percent a compliment,” says the actress. “He’s honestly better dressed than I am, every day.”

Olivia Wilde Marimekko for Target
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Although their kids haven’t met just yet, Otis “enjoys” watching videos of 9-week-old Rocco Robin, Wilde’s Vinyl costar Bobby Cannavale‘s son with Rose Byrne, who also attended the Marimekko event.

Wilde describes her and Sudeikis’ double date companions as “the loveliest couple,” adding, “they give me faith in humanity.”

— Kristen Caires

FILED UNDER: News , Olivia Wilde , Parenting

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