Davis longs to be a mother

Davis longs to be a mother

'Sex and the City' star Kristin Davis longs to have a baby and is willing to adopt if she fails to find a man to start a family with.

The 43-year-old star is currently single and fears she may never find a longterm partner to settle down with.

But Davis insists that her plans for motherhood will go ahead, whether she has a man in her life or not.

She tells US magazine Health: "I would love to have children. I would love to adopt."

But the actress insists she hasn't totally given up hope of finding the love of her life and forming a more conventional family unit.

She adds: " I would still like to find a man and have a baby with him. I haven't given up."

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