Stacy Keibler and her new husband Jared Pobre are planning to have children ''as soon as possible'' after they tied the knot last weekend.
Stacy Keibler and Jared Pobre are reportedly planning to have children ''as soon as possible''.
The couple - who started dating late last year - tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Mexico last weekend, and are already considering starting a family together.
A source told Us Magazine: ''They both want kids as soon as possible.''
The pair, who have known each other for five years, shocked everyone on Saturday (08.03.14) when they announced they had got hitched in a romantic beach setting, with just their immediate families present to witness the nuptials.
A source explained: ''Stacy really did not tell any of her friends that this wedding was happening.
''Stacy loves Jared so much and is so happy with how everything went. They've been head over heels with each other since they met.''
Meanwhile, the 34-year-old actress reportedly ended her two-year relationship with George Clooney last July - two months before she started dating Jared - because he didn't want to settle down.
A source said at the time: ''Stacy called it quits. She wants to have children and a family someday. She knows where George stands on that.''
George, 52, is now believed to be dating British barrister Amal Alamuddin.
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