Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston says she wouldn't have a baby via artificial insemination like her character in her latest movie The Switch.
The 41-year-old actress, plays a singleton who decides to use a friend as a sperm donor in the movie, but in real life she prefers the traditional way to conceive a child.When quizzed by talk show host Jay Leno during The Tonight Show on whether she would undergo artificial insemination, she replied, "I'd wanna know the guy!"
Leno continued to tease Aniston about the embarrassing subject matter putting her on the spot about how a sperm bank works.
"Well, you go to the bank and you have a card... I honestly don't know exactly," she said.
Although she isn't interested in sperm banks, Aniston was recently reported to be visiting a life coach to make her baby dream come true.
The actress, who divorced husband Brad Pitt in 2005, following a five-year marriage, has reportedly been having meetings with Hollywood life strategist Suzannah Galland in a bid to make the right decisions in her life, and fulfill her wish to become a mother.
Galland, whose clients reportedly include Naomi Campbell, Demi Moore and Gwyneth Paltrow, said, "So many of my clients are walking around with a big hole in their hearts if they don't have a family. Many of them think that because they can't have a family the traditional way it won't ever happen to them, they don't consider other viable means, firstly, adoption."