Sandra Bullock still wants a baby
Sandra Bullock, 44, hopes it’s not too late for her to have a baby with her husband Jesse James.
Sandra Bullock hopes it's not too late for her to have a baby.
The 44-year-old actress - who helps raise husband Jesse James' three children from two previous marriages - has not ruled out having a baby herself.
She said: "I hope to God when we get to a place where all is safe, calm, happy and healthy, it's not too late.
"I have family in spades. Everything we do is about the kids. I haven't had children biologically. I had shut that off - then I met Jesse and it turned on again. I was like, 'Oh, it's that feeling.' "
The 'Miss Congeniality' star put off childbirth because she and Jesse, 39, wanted to concentrate on charity work first.
However, Sandra will consider adoption if she is too old to have a child naturally.
She added to InStyle magazine: "We realised we had to take care of some other things on this planet first. If I waited too long, it's because we were supposed to do other things. If it is just too late? There are millions of children on this planet that I would be honoured to call my own."