Katy Perry Would 'Love To Have Children' With Russell Brand

'If it doesn't hurt the first time, I'll keep popping them out,' singer tells Ellen DeGeneres.

Katy Perry and Russell Brand celebrated their [article id="1650689"]one-year wedding anniversary[/article] last month, and now Perry is talking about starting a family ... eventually.

During her appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," which airs Friday (November 11), Perry was asked whether she and Brand have been making baby plans (you know, when she's not out on her unending California Dreams Tour), and she answered that yes, they've discussed it, but that's about as far as things have gone.

"I would love to have children. I think that's one of the reasons you get married, and especially to the person that you marry. You think, Hmmm, that person is going to be a good partner, a good parent," Perry told DeGeneres. "But I'm not sure it's yet. We'll see, you know?"

DeGeneres asked whether Perry wanted to have more than one baby, to which the singer replied, "If it doesn't hurt the first time, I'll keep popping them out."

"Word around town is it hurts," DeGeneres joked. "But people keep doing it anyway -- they don't care."

Perry also talked about how she and Brand manage their busy schedules, saying they have a self-imposed two-week limit on time apart. "I saw him yesterday," she said. "[It had been] two weeks, that's the longest we ever go. Anything longer than that is not fun."

The couple were married on October 23, 2010, in a "private and spiritual ceremony" in India, one that not surprisingly received more than its fair share of tabloid coverage. A few weeks after the wedding, [article id="1651710"]Perry told MTV News[/article] that she found all the rumors and speculation to be quite amusing, and added that she was "too busy getting married" to keep up with all the coverage.

"I don't mind my wedding has turned into kind of a myth. It's kind of cool," she said. "We kept it kind of private, so when we heard some of the things that were going around we were like, 'Ah, that's hilarious."