Stacy Keibler

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Not so fast everyone!

Stacy Keibler stopped by Good Morning America today and further clarified the rampant rumors surrounding her split from George Clooney.

The 33-year-old cleared the air about her thoughts on marriage and starting a family and claimed that neither was a deciding factor in the breakup. "Everyone that knows me thinks that is the funniest story because that is the last thing on my mind," she said of the recent speculation.

"I'm I think a little bit different than most women out there. I don't really think about that right now," Keibler further explained of not wanting kids or a husband in the near future.

E! News first ruled out talk of both baby and a wedding being the reasons for the two parting ways.

"Stacy has always said she doesn't know if she'll get married one day or have kids," a source confirmed at the time.

She also revealed that the two, who first began dating in 2011, hadn't even mentioned getting hitched throughout their highly publicized relationship. "We didn't discuss that," she said.

And since the two parted ways early last month, Keibler says that they are still on good terms saying that they're "absolutely" amicable and that she's been "doing great" since.

The blonde recently opened up to E! News at the Supermarket Superstar Food Festival, where she explained that the former lovers are still close.

"I'm great, yeah," she said. "George and I have always been friends and we will always be friends."

George Clooney, Stacy Keibler, Oscars 2013

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Besides, the self-described foodie and travel enthusiast can barely steal a few moments away for herself these days, let alone waste time worrying about a breakup!

"I've never been busier in my entire life," she said, "so I'm hoping that somewhere in there I can have a few days to get away, but, you know, this is exciting as well."

Keibler's got a ton of her plate currently, and that's not counting the exotic snack she tried a while back!

"I don't know if you've tried, but I had the crickets," she added, gesturing to the setup behind her, "and the bar that [the chef] makes is amazing. You wouldn't even know that it's crickets, but I actually tried dried crickets themselves because I wanted to know what they taste like."

We'll take your word for it, girl!

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