Kate Beckinsale doesn't know if she wants more children.
The 38-year-old actress' husband Len Wiseman is keen on the idea of them having a baby together but the 'Underworld' star - who already has 12-year-old daughter Lily with ex-partner Michael Sheen - is cautious having seen friends go through the "tragedy" of miscarriage.
She told Australia's Daily Telegraph newspaper: "I'm not 100 per cent sure [I'll have more kids].
"I've had tragedy after tragedy with friends who have miscarried, so I feel for them when I'm asked this. Lily is very against it; Len is quite for it."
Kate is also reluctant to expand her brood because she didn't have an easy pregnancy with Lily, however, if it was scientifically possible for Len to carry the baby then she would definitely have another child.
She joked: "I'd love it if Len could have the pregnancy, because I don't feel great when I'm pregnant. So we need to figure that out!"
Kate and Michael remain on good terms, and despite the 'Frost/Nixon' actor's permanent home being in the UK while she lives in America, she insists there are no problems with custody of Lily.
She said: "She's used to him being gone for a long time. Michael has worked a lot since she was born; in the first year of her life, he was away for six or seven months. When he comes back to the US, we don't have a formal arrangement. He just calls and says, 'Can I pick her up on Tuesday?' "