Carrie Underwood is too busy to have children.
The country singer - who recently wed hockey player Mike Comrie - and her new husband are planning to have children together, but the sportsman admits it won't be for a long time.
He said: "We obviously want kids, but that's down the road.
"Now is not the time, especially with our busy schedules, everything we've got going on. We don't know exactly when, but definitely we will."
Mike also described married life as "awesome", admitting he couldn't be happier.
When asked how life as a newlywed is going, he replied: "It's awesome. I'm with my best friend and I love her to death. There's nothing better, for sure."
Speaking about their wedding day, the 30-year-old sportstar said it passed in a "blur" but he and the 27-year-old singer were thrilled with their big day - which took place in Georgia in front of 230 guests - though they wish more people could have been there.
He added in an interview with the Toronto Sun newspaper: "The whole weekend is almost like a blur.
"The ceremony was really nice, the pastor did a great job, the reception was a lot of fun. Just to have everyone close to us around was a big deal. A wedding's not nearly as much fun without those close family and friends with you.
"We tried to get as many people as we could. The thing was, we didn't want it to be too huge and not be able to see everyone, either.
"The whole day was great. It was everything we both wanted it to be."