Katy Perry: "I Would Love to Have Children"

The singer is warming up to the idea of starting a family, saying: "If it doesn't hurt the first time, I'll keep popping them out!"

With one happy year of marriage under her belt, Katy Perry has -- not so surprisingly -- been fielding questions about when she and hubby Russell Brand are going to start a family. Although the 27-year-old "Teenage Dream" singer has admitted that she might not be ready for kids just yet, in an interview airing on Friday's Ellen DeGeneres Show, she admits that she's warming up to the idea.

"I would love to have children. I think that's one of the reasons you get married," she tells host Ellen DeGeneres. "Especially to the person that you marry. You think, that person is going to be a good partner, a good parent. But, I'm not sure it's time yet. We'll see, ya know?"

While this hypothetical baby would be the first child for both her and Brand, 36, Perry isn't against the idea of having more -- if she has a good pregnancy the first time around.

"If it doesn't hurt the first time, I'll keep popping them out!" she exclaims.

When Perry was interviewed by InStyle shortly after the MTV Video Music Awards this summer, she had said that she was "not yet" ready for children. But perhaps moms-to-be Beyonce and Jessica Simpson, who have been vocal about how much they're loving being pregnant, are warming Perry to the notion?

"I think if you're married, it's often in your future," Perry stold InStyle in September. "I think in the future -- the very far future -- when I have children, I'll have a more open approach, setting boundaries and showing them what their decisions and choices will breed."

Sounds like the "very far future" might not be so far after all.

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