Anna Faris and Chris Pratt (Photo: Getty Images)
In her podcast, Anna Faris is Unqualified, the actress dished about her desire to have a huge brood, revealing to guest Olivia Munn why it hasn’t happened yet.
“We both love kids, Chris and I have both dreamed about having a big family,” she said. “But I didn’t love pregnancy … I was just bored. I was uncomfortable at times, and Jack came early. He came two months early, so now I’m in a high-risk pregnancy category, but I would love to.”
Faris, 39, and Pratt, 36, welcomed their son Jack — now 3 — in August of 2012. Despite an early birth and the time it took to heal, as the muscles surrounding her vagina “[throbbed] for like, weeks,” the Dictator star said her husband’s face during Jack’s arrival made everything well worth it.
“What makes up for whatever is happening down in your pelvic floor area, is Chris’ face when Jack was being born is unforgettable,” she added. “He was holding my hand and he was just sobbing. I was scared he would be turned off by the whole thing … That was amazing, seeing his face.”
The feeling of support certainly is mutual. Pratt opened up to PEOPLE in June, saying that although the couple’s family is his main focus right now, maintaining a relationship between husband and wife is just as significant.
“It’s just as important, if not more important, to focus on your relationship with your partner because your children are going to leave one day [and] you have to maintain a relationship that’s going to outlast your child’s needs for you,” Pratt said.