"I hope it doesn't sound obnoxious when I say this. Now it's going to sound really obnoxious…I am sorry," she said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday. "I am just really proud of myself because I had great taste." Host Ellen DeGeneres told the Mom star that the comments she made about her husband weren't "obnoxious," adding, "Of course [you should] be proud and happy with who you are with."
"I'm more proud of myself, though, than I am of him," Faris admitted.
"Oh, I see. 'Look at what I got,'" DeGeneres said. So it's reverse eye candy for you…I see." The comedienne added, "You're a cute couple and you're very affectionate and I love the two of you."
"Thank you," said Faris, 37, who married Pratt, 35, in 2009. "He is a great family man. And I'm so proud of his success and everything, but he's more importantly a great person and he's got a great heart."
The What's Your Number? star also praised this week's Saturday Night Live host for being a "great dad." Are Faris and Pratt planning to give their 2-year-old son a sibling? "We do want more, [but] as everybody here knows, it's really hard," she explained. Jack Pratt has recently started to talk, Faris added. "He's incredibly logical, like I guess all toddlers are when they are learning to talk. So he'll be like, 'The dirt is in the bucket, or 'The flowers are purple.'" DeGeneres said it's "impressive" that he's saying "those things" already, to which the actress replied, "I'm happy that he hasn't started lying yet because that's coming."
"That's coming if he's anything like his Mommy!" Faris added with a laugh.