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Thursday 31 July 2014

Jennifer Lopez 'open to adoption'

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez is open to the possibility of adopting a child in the future.

The stunning singer-and-actress stars in upcoming romantic comedy What to Expect When You're Expecting.

Jennifer, who is mother to four-year-old twins Max and Emme, admits that she rarely considered adoption before shooting this film.

"Before this movie, it wasn't something that had occurred to me," she told Access Hollywood. "But after this movie, yes, I could see myself definitely doing it and being open to it for sure. You know what I mean? Whereas, before I never thought about it really."

Jennifer really became aware of the impact of adoption on lives when she interacted with others on set.

"It was funny, the adoption thing," she recalled. "When I held the baby for the first time - our baby in the movie, and they were twins, they were two little twin Ethiopian boys, who, their parents went through a similar thing, and actually have adopted before, and so we got to talk to them a lot about it too."

"But when you hold that baby, you can really see how easy it is to just love another child that is not yours. Really, such a simple thing."

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