While Naomi Watts insists she and husband Liev Schreiber still ''hold onto'' their romance, she admits their family life is ''not all a bed of roses'' because both stars travel so much with their respective acting work.
Naomi Watts says her family life is ''not all a bed of roses''.
While the 'Impossible' star admits her husband and fellow actor Liev Schreiber is a ''brilliant dad'' to their children, Sasha, five, and four-year-old Sammy Kai, and the quartet have a ''good'' family life, she admits they also have their ''struggles''.
She said: ''Our family life is good, Liev is a brilliant dad, but like any family we have had our struggles and a relationship between two successful people who travel and are passionate about what they do takes work - it's not all a bed of roses.''
But the 44-year-old star insists her and Liev, 45, still ''hold onto our romance'', and she would love to add a daughter to their family unit in the future.
She added to You magazine: ''I would love a daughter and it would be great to adopt but I kind of feel that my boys are finally getting on so well - so is it the right time?
''Liev is great - we still hold on to our romance. It was love at first sight for me. In fact I had a big crush on him before I met him at a ball.
''We had friends who had been trying to set us up for ages, but it was never the right time until that night. We exchanged numbers - I was in LA at the time and he was in New York - and at first we got to know each other through emails and phone calls.''