Naomi Watts fears she has left it too late to have more children. The 38-year-old actress - who gave birth to her first son, Alexander Pete, with husband Liev Shreiber in July - is desperate to expand her family, but is aware her biological clock is ticking.
She said: "For so long, I thought, 'I can't have a baby now. I've got this to do, that to do. I've got to achieve that and this.' The truth is, this just happened so quickly, and you can still do it. Honestly, have a baby. It's the best. I left it too late. I'd love to have one more. I'd love to have two more. Or three!"
The Australian star - who plays a midwife who longs for a baby of her own in new crime thriller 'Eastern Promises' - says researching her latest role while pregnant made her anxious about childbirth.
She added in an interview with USA Today: "When I watched the Caesarean-section, they didn't know who I was. It was quite scary. I went in there and put my scrubs on and they started asking me to do things, like adjust lights and move garbage, and I was acting incredibly timid. And believe me, seeing childbirth up that close, made me not want to go through with it."
Naomi also revealed she and Liev already have an affectionate nickname for Alexander, who was named after Liev's grandfather. She said: "We call him Sasha, because that's the short version of Alexander."