Hilary Duff has dismissed reports she is eager to have a second child, insisting she is focused on her music career instead of expanding her family.
The singer-actress and her former hockey pro husband, Mike Comrie, welcomed their son Luca last year, and in a recent interview with People magazine, Duff mentions they are open to having more children in the future, saying, "If I had another boy, I would be happy, but I would like to try for a girl and I'm not sure that I want to have three kids."
However, after the article was released, many took her confession as a sign the couple is already prepping for another child -- a speculation Duff was quick to slam on Twitter.
She wrote, "I love that I do an interview & people ask if I want more kids.. I say yes. Not now (though) and all (of) a sudden I'm 'trying' for a girl. WHAT? It's ridiculous....The only baby I'm working on is my album."
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The 26-year-old is currently recording her fifth studio album, the first since her 2007 release, "Dignity."