Rachel Bilson Isn't Sure If She Wants More Kids with Husband Hayden Christensen

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Rachel Bilson has been notoriously private about her personal life—even before the birth of her and Hayden Christensen's daughter, Briar Rose, almost three years ago. But, now, the Nashville actress is opening up about marriage and motherhood in a cover story for La Palme.

"I met Hayden [Christensen] during Jumper," she revealed to the magazine, according to Just Jared. "That was an amazing experience. It was the most precious time. We were shooting in Italy and inside the Coliseum...The role was fulfilling, but also everything was fulfilling as a life experience, it was one of the best times."

VIDEO: Rachel Bilson's Cover Shoot

Bilson went on to gush about her 2-year-old daughter, and, as it turns out, she's already an expert jet-setter. "It's not about traveling, she's already a pro on an airplane," the star divulged. "She'll say 'It's time to put up my tray!'"

With that level of cuteness, you would think the actress would want to have another baby ASAP, but Bilson isn't so sure. "I may have another child, that's still up in the air," she confessed.

Right now, she is focused on her happiness, and another baby may or may not fit into that picture. "I want to be happy and content," she affirmed. "All the life BS that happens doesn't matter. You want to be happy, you want your kid to be happy and you want everyone in your life to be healthy and happy."

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For now, we will be watching Bilson every Thursday night at 9 p.m. on CMT in Nashville, while simultaneously wishing for baby number two!

SHOW TRANSCRIPT

[MUSIC] I came to Africa on behalf of In Style, as a correspondent to check out the diamond industry, and see how it has influenced and affected the region that they're in. [MUSIC] I had the opportunity to visit Swalu, and they had these really amazing things going on, like the cheetah conservation, which, there may be only 2000 left in the world. I visited the mine. It was a huge pit, which was surprising to me. I went to Swanning mine hospital, which is fully funded by Deb Swano, which is a partnership between De Beers and the Botswanan government. I went to Acacia Primary School. Children of my employees can go to this school for free. At the feeding scheme, I helped distribute food to the mothers and their children. I was fortunate enough to meet a couple of the students supported by the Diamond Powerman fund. I was very impressed with them, and I wouldn't be surprised if they changed the world, or at least Africa, some day.
 
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