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Friday 31 October 2014

Miller: I want an army of kids

Sienna Miller says motherhood is 'overwhelming'

Sienna Miller has revealed she would like a "full army" of children.

The 31-year-old actress, who is mum to 11-month-old daughter Marlowe, admitted she would gladly expand her family.

"I want an army, yeah. I want a full army. It's insurance for when I get older. I've got to have one whom I don't irritate too much that will just take care of me," she told DuJour magazine.

She added: "I love a big, heaving, bursting Christmas table. I want that table full."

Sienna - who is engaged to actor Tom Sturridge - revealed motherhood has been "overwhelming". She gave birth to Marlowe in July 2012.

"It's definitely more overwhelming than you can ever imagine. It's completely life-changing in the most wonderful way. It reshapes your heart and you can't really describe it or prepare for it, but it's magical. It's sort of the reason to live, I think," she said.

She next stars in road trip film Just Like A Woman, as an unlucky woman who travels from Chicago to California after she decides to pursue her dreams of becoming a professional belly dancer.

When asked who she'd love to travel with on a real-life road trip, Sienna said: "Kristen Wiig. I think any girl in the world would like to go on a road trip with her."

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