She's never been afraid to speak her mind.

And Renée Zellweger revealed she doesn't need children to be happy in a candid chat with Extra while promoting her new film, Bridget Jones's Baby.
The 47-year-old actress shut down questions about whether playing a pregnant woman in the comedy sequel had made her 'crave' a child of her own.
Renée replied: 'I’ve never been that deliberate about my life and the things that I would require in order to be happy.'
The star went on to explain why she loves playing hapless yet lovable girl-next-door Bridget in the film franchise so much, citing her as an inspiration to many.
'She makes it OK to be imperfect,' Zellweger told Extra.
'She makes it OK to be human at a time when we feel probably that there’s a lot of social pressure to be a certain way, to look a certain way, to have established certain things in your life by a certain phase in your life experience. She’s sort of challenging those notions.'
The actress, who has been dating musician Doyle Bramhall for four years, has been enjoying a whirlwind promotional tour for the new film alongside Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey.
During a behind-the-scenes report on This Morning, it was revealed that Renée watched fly-on-the-wall hospital series One Born Every Minute to prepare herself for the role, joking, 'Some of them go primal!'
It was also reported that none of the film's cast the cast knew who the dad was and it was even kept it secret on the script.
The film's plot centres around Bridget discovering she is pregnant, but she doesn't know whether new love interest Jack (Dempsey) or ex Mark Darcy (Firth) is the father of her baby.
Bridget Jones's Baby it set to hit cinemas on September 16.

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