Katy Perry is not ready to have children yet but says that when she does, her career will have to be fitted in around her family life.
Katy Perry's children will take priority over her music career when she becomes a mother.
The pop star wants to focus on her family when she and husband Russell Brand - who she wed in India in October - decide to have a baby and she insists she will fit her career around her responsibilities as a parent
She said: "My singing is really important to me, but when children come along they'll be my main focus. I'd never put my career in front of my babies - it'd be a case of fitting jobs around them."
Although the 26-year-old singer has been thinking about having a baby, she insists it could be years before she and her comedic spouse start a family, though she admits she would like more than one child.
She added: "Look, any couple in a serious relationship has that talk about babies, but we haven't decided when. Russell wants lots of children and I think there's something amazing about tons of kids running around. We probably won't have the talk again for a few years - it's important to enjoy each other before having babies."