Though Salma Hayek is thrilled with her 6-month-old daughter, Valentina, she had an honest confession to make.
Salma, 41, shared in the new issue of Glamour magazine, “I have something to confess, I wanted a boy.”
“Probably because I was afraid,” she admitted. “I think women suffer more a bit more than boys, and there is always conflict between mother and daughters.
“But now that she’s here, I’m so happy she’s a girl,” Salma went on to say. “And I can’t imagine there ever being conflict between us, because I’m in a state of innocence where I love everything she does.”
Even though she is engaged to French businessman François Henri Pinault — the father of her child — Salma says she doesn’t feel any rush to make it down the aisle.
“Do I think we are going to get married? Probably. Will it make a difference? I hope not. I don’t have a need for marriage.
“You want to grow old with someone, you want to have a partner and to have children — we have all those things,” she shared.
“Some people need the commitment. Maybe we’ll just make the party!”