Kristen Stewart is working on repairing her relationship with on-again beau Robert Pattinson, but the "Twilight" star apparently has other important things on her mind as well.
During a press junket in Los Angeles, Calif., on Nov. 1, the 22-year-old actress revealed that after playing a mom in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," she can see herself having a baby one day.
According to Us Weekly, when asked if she's ready to have kids of her own, Stewart replied, "Dude, no. I can't wait to be a mom, but like, no. I can wait."
In the final installment of the beloved "Twilight" franchise, out in theaters on Nov. 16, Stewart (Bella Swan) and Pattinson (Edward Cullen) play the parents of half human-half vampire baby Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy). And although it was weird leaving behind their on-screen teenage romance for a more adult life, both Stewart and Pattinson, 26, loved working with children on set.
"I actually quite like working with kids and I like working with animals, which everybody says you shouldn't do," Pattinson said at the conference. "Especially working with a baby is great. I would say, put a baby in every scene."
"I think that it might be something that you're born with or not born with," Stewart added, of having a maternal instinct. "Some people have really, really strong natural instincts and desires to be a mom. That was one of my favorite things about the story. It was one aspect of [Bella] that I was really excited to play."