Would Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham ever want to grow their family?
The model answered the question during an Instagram Q&A on Thursday.
The topic came up after a follower asked the celebrity if the couple wished for more children.
"Yes, we would love to," Huntington-Whiteley replied.
The 32-year-old star and the 52-year-old actor are already the proud parents to a 2-year-old son named Jack. The couple welcomed the child in 2017. At one point during the interview, Huntington-Whiteley gave an update on their firstborn and said he's "doing great."
"We are lucky enough to be enjoying lots of family time together at the moment," she said. "He's turning three in a few months, which I can't believe. Currently, we are attempting potty training!!"
She also revealed she's "really proud to say [Jack] has a proper English accent" and that "he does have the same booming loud voice as Jason." In addition, Huntington-Whiteley said the little one "looks very much like me when I was young but with Jason's eye color."
Huntington-Whiteley and Statham met at a party in London back in 2009. The runway star said "it was instant chemistry." While some followers have focused on their age gap, Huntington-Whiteley, who turns 33 this weekend, said it's "never been an issue."
"Age is nothing but a number!" she said.
She did, however, reveal the action celeb is the more stubborn one of the duo.
"100 percent him," she wrote when asked by a follower, "but he would say me because he's really f--king stubborn. But, to be fair, I am pretty stubborn, too."