Hugh Jackman has ruled out having any more kids with actress wife Deborra Lee Furness - because he doesn't think the couple could cope as the new Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
The Aussie pair has adopted two multi-racial children, Oscar, who is now eight, and Ava, three, but the 'X-Men' star is determined not to have any more.
He told America's Parade magazine: "For Deb and me, our family is the most important thing to us, but we travel so much that we fear if we have more kids, it’ll be too much."
But, just like Jolie and Pitt - who have three adopted children among their brood of six, Jackman and Furness are convinced they made the right decision to adopt the children they did.
The actor said: "Mixed-race babies have such a hard time being adopted that Deb and I checked off that box specifically when we were filling out our forms.
"Our lawyer brought the form back to us and said: 'This is not the time to be politically correct. Are you sure this is what you want?' We were definite about it. Adoption is about taking a baby into your home - and your heart. It’s the best thing we’ve ever done."