Supermodel Miranda Kerr has said that she would never be "transparent" with the world when it comes to expanding her family.
The Australian model is married to actor Orlando Bloom and together they have two-year-old son Flynn.
Miranda's indicated she'd like more babies in the future, but says she'd never reveal she was pregnant in an interview.
"As if I'm going to tell the world my plan before I make it, to be transparent. Really? I'm going to tell you before I tell my grandma?" Miranda fumed to Australian magazine the Sunday Style.
"Oh, well, I've made that very clear [that I want more children]. At one point... [But] I'm not pregnant. We can clear that up. I don't have a hidden pregnancy. Yep. That's one thing we can clear up."
Miranda and Orlando have been married for three years. Earlier this year the couple were reported to be on the rocks as a result of work commitments keeping them apart. The 30-year-old says these claims are ridiculous.
"Yeah, I don't even know where some of these stories come from," she explained.
"It's quite comical. It is what it is. It's all part of the job, I guess. People say what they want. At the end of the day, we don't really need to prove anything to anyone."
The model is regarded as one of the world's most beautiful women.
"To be honest I don't really... I don't really think that," she calmly stated.
"I don't really feel like that has anything to do with us. I have my job and he has his job and as long as we feel good with each other, the other stuff is... you know, I knew what I was getting into and he knew what he was getting into.
"Very clearly we both had our careers before we were together, so we're lucky that we're both comfortable in ourselves and with each other and each other's positions. At the end of the day we're human, but we knew exactly what we were getting into."
The straight-talking brunette added that she's not trying to say their relationship is perfect. Miranda revealed that just like any marriage, hers has good and bad periods too.
"Yeah, that's definitely... I believe that every relationship needs work," she finished.