Minnie Driver "very, very much" wants more children.
The 40-year-old actress - who refuses to name the father of her two-year-old son Henry Story - is believed to be single at the moment but still wants to expand her family in future.
Do I want more children? I would, very, very much so.
She said: "Do I want more children? I would, very, very much so."
The 'Conviction' star admits balancing work and parenthood can be "challenging" but believes her British attitude to life helps her juggle the dual roles more easily.
She told People magazine: "You just get on with it, really.
"I think being English is quite good for being a working mother. But I suppose every mum in every country is a working mother in some way. You get on with it, but it's a little challenging sometimes."
Minnie has previously admitted she always expected to have a large family.
She said recently: "Growing up, I thought I'd have at least five kids. I'm surprised I have only one; I really want more."
The British star never intended to wait so long before having children, but insists she has no regrets about how her life has turned out.
She added: "It was never the right time, right place or right person. Too many women put it off until everything is in place, but there's never a perfect time, is there?
"I wouldn't change a thing about what I've done in the past because what may have been bad choices have all led me to this moment. I'm incredibly happy because I've got my beautiful baby and lovely partner. Everybody is cool with the situation."