Newlyweds Hilary Duff and a pro hockey player Mike Comrie aren’t in a rush to become parents.
“We talk about it. Yes, we’re excited to do that, but I want to work a little bit more,” the 23-year-old star told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover on Monday’s Access Hollywood Live about waiting to have children.
“I’m tossing around the idea of making another record and obviously that wouldn’t be very good timing,” the former “Lizzie McGuire” star continued. “We want it, we’re excited for it, but I think it can wait just a little while longer.”
The actress, who stopped by to chat about her new movie, “Bloodworth,” which finds her playing a very grown-up role, alongside Val Kilmer, said her husband is completely behind her decision to wait.
“He’s supportive of me, he knows that I’m still young and if I want to work more, he’s totally supportive of that,” she added.
In January, Hilary shot down rumors that she was pregnant after speculation that she was expecting surfaced in numerous tabloids.
Hilary and Mike tied the knot in August in a private ceremony in Santa Barbara, Calif.
The couple first met in 2007 at a resort in Idaho. Mike proposed to Hilary in Hawaii in February 2010.
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