Kate Hudson is considering a fourth baby.
The actress told Ellen DeGeneres Thursday that now that her youngest, daughter Rani, is 1, she's thinking about adding to her brood.
However, she added, "there's a window" that will only stay open for another few years.
"I don't know if I'm done yet," she said. "Rani's at the age where you're like, 'I want another baby,' but once she gets, like, four [years old]... you're like, 'I feel like my life is kind of back a little bit [and] they're kind of in a groove.'"
Hudson, 40, is the mother of three children: sons Ryder, 16, and Bing, 8, from previous relationships, and daughter Rani, 1, with her partner, Danny Fujikawa. The actress told DeGeneres that her baby girl is the one who inherited "the funny gene."
"She's so deeply funny," Hudson gushed. "She loves jewelry, so if you're wearing any kind of necklace she goes, 'Off! Off!' So, you have to take it off because she wears it."
"She likes the girly things," she continued. "It's so great."