CENTURY break specialist Ronnie O'Sullivan is one of the most successful snooker players to grace the table.

And he can potentially clinch a record-equalling seventh World Championship title at the expense of Judd Trump.

However, the OBE has had some previously publicised personal problems with one of his daughters.

But which one did the drama involve and how many children does O'Sullivan have?

How many children does Ronnie O'Sullivan have?

Ronnie O'Sullivan has three children – two daughters and a son.

Taylor-Ann Magnus is the Snooker legends first born (1996) and then Lily was born ten years later.

Both with his ex-partner Sally Magnus.

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Once O'Sullivan's relationship with Sally ended, the 6x World Championship winner got together with Jo Langley.

And in 2007, the couple had a little boy who they named Ronnie O'Sullivan Jr.

But it hasn't been all smooth sailing for one of the snooker mogul's children in particular.

What drama was the drama between O'Sullivan and his daughter Taylor-Ann?

In 2020, Ronnie's first born Taylor exclusively revealed that the snooker legend had NEVER once bothered to see her daughter – his granddaughter.

Which came as a real surprise following O'Sullivan's comments on how much he couldn't wait to meet tiny Zarah-Ann.

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Taylor said: “He might be world champion to some but he’s not fit to be called ‘Dad’ let alone ‘Grandad’ as far as I’m concerned.

“Zarah-Ann will grow up never knowing who he is. He’s made so many promises, but what he says and what he does are so different.”

O'Sullivan's eldest proceeded went on to admit that the connection with her father was absent but she is grateful that he taught her to learn from her mistakes.

“Having a really s**t parent like you has shown me what is important in life.

"I have learnt from your mistakes and I know what actually matters.

“I am grateful for that — it’s the only valuable thing you’ve ever given me.”

Did O'Sullivan respond to Taylor-Ann's comments?

A spokesman for Ronnie declined to comment on the situation between the snooker superstar and his daughter.

The rocket has only ever mentioned that he would prefer for his kids not to play snooker labelling the sport as 'a waste of a life' despite earning over £12 million in his career.

O'Sullivan said: "My own kids, I say, 'You’re not playing snooker.'

"If they decide to play snooker they’re on their own, I’m not supporting that.

"It’s a bad sport, it can cause you a lot of damage. Unless you’re Stephen Hendry, Steve Davis, John Higgins, Mark Williams, me, Judd Trump, [Mark] Selby, [Neil] Robertson… forget it.

"The others, it’s just a waste of a life."

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