The mother-of-two still 12 pounds above her pre-pregnancy weight – "but I'm not crying about it"

By Caris Davis
Updated September 30, 2008 05:55 AM
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She may have her hands full with seven-month-old twins Max and Emme – but Jennifer Lopez already has plans to expand her family.

“I’d love to have more kids,” the 39-year-old told Entertainment Tonight. “I don’t know when. We’ll see, you know, that’s the same way my first ones happened. So we’ll just do it the same way for the second ones.”

In a separate interview with the U.K.’s Grazia magazine, Lopez also said she feels sexier than ever – despite some hard-to-lose baby weight.

“I’m not the thinnest girl in the room by a very, very long way, but that absolutely doesn’t bother me,” said the singer, who recently completed her first charity triathlon. “I’ve got an extra 12 pounds of weight that just doesn’t want to say goodbye to my body, but I’m not crying about it.”

Lopez said she’ll adopt a “strict diet” – someday. But for now, “I like my extra curves.”

“People think you feel less sexy once you have become a mother, but I’d say the opposite is true,” she added. “I feel more of a woman, more sexy, more happy. More of everything.”