Kristen Stewart has natural maternal instincts and can't wait to have children.
The Breaking Dawn: Part 2 actress - whose relationship with boyfriend of four years Robert Pattinson is back in a "magical place" following her brief affair with director Rupert Sanders in August - said although she doesn't want to become a mother anytime soon she is looking forward to that stage of her life.
The 22-year-old said, "I can't wait to be a mom, but like no. I can wait," when asked whether she is planning to settle down anytime soon during a Los Angeles press junket for the final instalment of the Twilight Saga franchise on Thursday.
The actress admitted she loved playing a mother to her character Bella's daughter Renesmee, played by actress Mackenzie Foy, in the new vampire movie as she got to flex her maternal instincts.
She said, "I think that it might be something that you're born with or not born with. Some people have really, really strong natural instincts and desires to be a mom. That was one of my favourite things about the story. It was one aspect of [Bella] that I was really excited to play."
Her 26-year-old boyfriend Robert also admitted he really enjoyed playing a dad onscreen.
He said, "I actually quite like working with kids and I like working with animals, which everybody says you shouldn't do. Especially working with a baby is great. I would say, put a baby in every scene."