Gemma Arterton doesn’t know how she “feels” about bringing a child into the world.
The ‘St. Trinian’s’ actress – who married actor Rory Keenan last year – would love to have a family of her own one day, but she also has reservations because of the state of the planet.
She admitted to Red magazine: “I do see kids in my future. But sometimes I think about the world we’re living in and I’m not sure how I feel about bringing a kid into it at the moment, you know?”
The 34-year-old star has a quiet life with Rory now but admitted she used to always look for “drama” in her relationships because she thought that’s what romance was.
She said: “When I was younger, my mum would say to me, ‘Oh you always want the drama, but that’s not what it’s about.’ And I was like, ‘If it’s not dramatic, it’s not romance.’
“Probably because I listened to too much music and read all these poems about that.
“But you go through these crazy love stories when you’re young where you think, ‘Oh y Gosh, they’ve left for five minutes, I can’t deal’, and then you get older and realize you just don’t want that any more.
“You want something simple and lovely, something truer and more solid.”
Gemma was attracted to her husband because he’s such a “good” man.
She added: “He was raised by amazing parents and has an incredible family. ‘He’s a really good man. I think that as you get older, that’s what you need. I just want to feel like I’m with someone that is good and makes me feel good.”