Charlize Theron won't have more kids
Charlize Theron has ruled out having more children.
The 'Huntsman: Winter's War' actress has her "hands really full" with four-year-old Jackson and baby August - who she adopted last July - and won't even consider her son's recent request they get a pet.
She said: "Both of my hands are really full right now. I think I'm good for now.
"My son [Jackson] is like, 'Let's get a cat,' and I'm like, 'No! No! No more things that need to be fed! We're slowing down."
The 40-year-old beauty feels very "lucky" to have two "amazing" children.
She gushed to 'Entertainment Tonight': "There's not one moment where I don't realize how unbelievably lucky I have it. They're little gems, they really are. They're amazing."
At the MTV Movie Awards last weekend, Charlize thanked her kids when she accepted the Best Female Performance prize for her role as Imperator Furiosa in 'Mad Max: Fury Road', and she has admitted Jackson was a great source of support for her on the film set.
She said: "There was no way I couldn't thank my son because it was a tough movie for me to make. And he was in the trailer every single day."
During her speech, the actress said she was accepting the award "on behalf of my own Furiosa, my daughter."