Angelina Jolie isn't "discussing" having more children with Brad Pitt.
The brunette beauty - who raises adopted kids Maddox, nine, Pax, seven, and Zahara, six, and biological children Shiloh, five, and two-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne with the actor - insists she has no plans to expand her family further, but knows this could change if she gets a sudden urge in the future.
She said: "We're always open if it feels right, but we have a full house and at the moment, nothing has come clear to us.
"It's the same, I suppose, as when somebody decides to get pregnant, there's just a moment where something becomes clear to you and, at the moment, that's not what we're discussing."
The 'Kung Fu Panda 2' star also admitted she has learned not to worry about her life so long as her children are happy and healthy.
She added: "I don't know if I have found peace. But, especially when you have children, you wake up every morning and, if they are happy and they are healthy, then you have peace.
"You know that's all you should be worried about.
"Then from there you work on all these other things that bother you and you try to fix injustices and the bigger issues in the world. But you kind of start from one simple thing to be grateful for."