Zeus had a total of 92 children by some counts, though not all counts agree. Of these 92, 41 were divine and 51 were mortal. However, since Zeus was a mythical god, there were conflicting accounts about whether certain beings were his offspring.
For example, Tyche is sometimes said to be the child of Zeus and Aphrodite, but usually it is said that the father was Hermes. On the other hand, the Charites or Graces were usually considered to be daughters of Zeus and Eurynome, but sometimes they were said to be daughters of Dionysus and Aphrodite or of Helios and Aegle.