Kate Beckinsale is still wondering whether she wants to have more kids, after annihilating herself after having one in her 20s.
Now shes enjoying some freedom seeing as her daughter with former partner, Michael Sheen, Lily, is now 19, the 45-year-old is wondering whether she wants to go through that again.
However, the actress, who was recently linked to comedian Jack Whitehall, still admitted shes open to seeing what happens.
Well, then, isnt that interesting.
Asked whether shed have another child, Kate – who dated Michael from 1995 until their split in 2003 – said: I definitely would, but then I think “Oh God, I annihilated my twenties and I suddenly get a taste of freedom and annihilate myself again?” But I am open to seeing what happens…
However, Kate is having a lot of fun these days, what with her beauty routine and all (we jest), after admitting she was the sixth most boring person in her class at school.
While its not a self-deprecating at all, she revealed she was in fact voted that title, adding she didnt drink at all.
Ouch. For the title, that is. Kudos to her for now bowing to peer pressure.
The Underworld actress – who was previously married to movie director Len Wiseman – told Tatler magazine: I didnt like drinking vodka out of a welly.
In fact, I didnt drink at all, which meant there was no real chance of getting into my knickers – so what was the point of me? I was deeply unpopular.
She may be super popular the world over now, but that doesnt mean Kate is rushing towards the next chapter in her life. Whatever is may be.
Instead, the British beauty insisted shes currently quite happy with where she finds herself and with the freedoms that come with it.
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Kate said: When you get divorced, everybody waits to see where you land. But I might not land anywhere for a bit.
Im really quite happy: its quite nice to have a bit of Virginia Woolf time.
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