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Olivia Munn really happy with Aaron Rodgers

Olivia Munn really happy with Aaron Rodgers

Olivia Munn is "really happy" with Aaron Rodgers.

The 'X-Men' actress has been dating the NFL player for over two years and things couldn't be better between them.

She gushed: "I'm really happy, things are good."

But the 36-year-old beauty insists that doesn't mean marriage is on the cards just yet.

Asked how she deals with constant rumours she is getting engaged, she told E! News: "I think you only deal with that when it actually happens."

For the time being, Olivia is looking forward to "making her own" holiday traditions with the 32-year-old sportsman and is particularly excited about getting a Christmas tree.

She shared: "Putting up our tree is big, we just got a tree last year.

"So, I'm excited about decorating the tree and having that up."

Earlier this year, Olivia revealed she had taken steps to preserve her fertility by having some of her eggs frozen.

She said: "I turned 35, then you're high risk. I did, years ago, freeze a bunch of eggs. I went to the doctor and did the whole test and he said, 'You know, you actually have a lot of eggs. You're really lucky.'

"A girlfriend of mine - we're the same age - she'd gone to the doctor, had a test and she had the egg count of a 50 year old.

"For me, this is the count you'll have until your 30s, even 40s - you'll always have a lot."

And the 'Mortdecai' actress thinks the practise has become increasingly more common and she believes every woman should freeze their eggs so they don't have to worry about their biological clocks ticking.

She added: "I actually started telling my friends about it.

"It's no longer on the experimental list and I think that every girl should do it. For one, you don't have to race the clock any more. You don't have to worry about it, worry about your job or anything. It's there.

"It's also just like, why not do it, because I see so many women who go through this. Doomsday is now like whatevers day, because I am prepared."