Blake Lively wants a 'litter of kids' with Ryan Reynolds

Blake Lively wants to
Blake Lively wants to "get started" on having children with Ryan Reynolds, and would love to "spit out a litter of kids." Bang Showbiz

BLAKE Lively wants to "get started" on having children with Ryan Reynolds.

The 26-year-old actress, who married the 37-year-old actor in a secret ceremony in September 2012, says her former 'Green Lantern' co-star is her "best, best friend" and admits they want a "litter of kids."

The former 'Gossip Girl' star, who previously claimed she wanted 30 babies with the heartthrob, told Marie Claire's website: "I gotta get started. If I could spit out a litter of kids, I would."

Blake loves children and has a strong bond with her nieces and nephews.

She said: "My mom and my dad, my sisters, my brothers, my family is a huge source of inspiration to me, and not just my siblings and my parents, but I look to the children in my family, the purity with which they look at the world, the excitement that they have."

The blonde beauty and her Canadian husband, who was previously married to Scarlett Johansson, never spend more than a week apart.

She said: "We've never gone a week without seeing each other."

She added: "There's no major decision that I make without him. The best part is when we turn off our phones and just talk and hang out. He's my best, best friend. What do you do with your best friend? You do nothing."

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