Oscar-winner Rachel Weisz and James Bond actor Daniel Craig may be newlyweds, but it's not too early for them to start wondering if they'll have kids.
Weisz already has 5-year-old son Henry from her relationship with Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky, but what about another? In the October issue of Lucky, Weisz doesn't rule it out, saying, "Oh, I wouldn't make one just for the sake of giving my son a sibling. But... you never know."
The English duo, who had known each another for years but became close while filming the psychological thriller Dream House, secretly wed in upstate New York on June 22. The Whistleblower star split from Aronofsky last October, while Craig broke up with his girlfriend, Satsuki Mitchell, early last year.
The couple is notoriously tight-lipped about their relationship, and only their children (Craig has an 18-year-old daughter, Ella) and two close friends attended their intimate wedding ceremony. Keeping the gossip at bay is a full-time job, and Weisz, who plays a wife redoing her suburban home in Dream House, has a lot to say about the domesticity of marriage.
"I think the suburbs are where bad things happen because it's the place where people try to live out bourgeois values and... well, if you don't let out what you really are, it's gonna come out in weird ways. You know? I think weird s*** happens in the suburbs," she said.
While there are no immediate plans to add to their family, Weisz did tell Lucky that she loves Baby Gap: "There's nothing like a blue-eyed boy in a stripy blue shirt."
Perhaps she and the stunningly blue-eyed Craig will one day have another boy to dress up.
Dream House, in which Weisz and Craig play husband and wife, hits theaters Sept. 30.