'I would like to have another baby myself but if it happens I'll be thrilled,' says the 'American Idol' judge who is adamant there won't be an additional member to her family any time soon.
Jennifer Lopez has dismissed reports she is planning to adopt a child, insisting she and husband Marc Anthony want more kids of their own. The singer/actress became a mum to twins Max and Emme in February 2008, and recent rumors suggested the couple was looking to add to its brood by adopting.
But Lopez has now spoken out to deny the claims - and she's adamant a brother or sister for her twins is not likely to arrive any time soon. Asked about the adoption rumors, she tells Britain's Fabulous magazine, "No, no. That's not true. I would like to have another baby myself, actually. If it happens I'll be thrilled. But we're not trying."
Lopez married Anthony in a quiet home wedding on June 5, 2004. In early November 2007, she ended months of speculation over her pregnancy when she confirmed she and Anthony were indeed expecting. On February 22 the next year, she gave birth to their fraternal twins.