Jennifer Aniston says she wouldn't have a baby via artificial insemination like her character in new movie 'The Switch' because she'd prefer to know ''the guy''.
Jennifer Aniston would not have a baby via artificial insemination.
The actress - who plays singleton Kassie who decides to use a friend as a sperm donor to have a baby in new movie 'The Switch' - would prefer to conceive a child in the traditional way.
When quizzed by talk show host Jay Leno on whether she would undergo artificial insemination on 'The Tonight Show', she replied: "I'd wanna know the guy!"
Jay continued to tease the 41-year-old Hollywood star actress about the embarrassing subject matter putting her on the spot about how a sperm bank works.
She said: "Well, you go to the bank and you have a card... I honestly don't know exactly."
Although she isn't interested in visiting a sperm bank, Jennifer 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 fulfil her wish to become a mother.
Suzannah - 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."