Brooklyn Decker says she doesn't miss modelling and is happy to no longer have to worry about looking perfect all the time.
Brooklyn Decker doesn't miss modelling.
The 'Friends with Better Lives' actress, who is married to tennis star Andy Roddick, has no regrets about turning her back on the catwalk because she hated being under pressure to look perfect all the time.
Asked what she misses about her previous career, she admitted to People magazine: ''Not a lot. I always thought I was in great shape growing up, but there is such an expectation to be so thin in that business. I do miss my friends.
''What I like about acting is that you are playing a character, so it is about what you are saying and doing more than what you look like.''
The actress previously expressed her desire to start a family with her husband.
She said: ''I love kids. I definitely want kids. I just have to figure out the timing of that.''
The blonde beauty blames her CBS sitcom 'Friends with Better Lives' co-stars Majandra Delfino and James Van Der Beek's children for making her broody.
She explained to People.com: ''It is great getting to be Aunt Brooklyn and play with my friends' kids.
''Majandra had just had a baby when we started filming and she would have her daughter with her and was dealing with breastfeeding her son.''