Jennifer Lopez has reportedly been talking about having another baby at 50 years old.

The award-winning singer reportedly said that she and her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, want a baby. Jennifer Lopez has no issue with her age because she reportedly thinks that she’s biologically 31 years old.

The National Enquirer claimed that Rodriguez is on board with his fiancée’s desire to have a baby because he’s just 44 years old. Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez both have two kids each from their previous marriages.

An unnamed source reportedly told the tabloid that Jennifer Lopez feels she’s just entering her prime at 50. She likened herself to Meryl Streep, Cher and Tina Turner, whose careers took off much later in their lives.

During her interview with “Today,” Jennifer Lopez said that she wants to have kids with her fiancé. However, she didn’t elaborate on the premise. And the “Hustlers” star didn’t also say anything about being biologically 31.

Also on the show, host Hoda Kotb asked Alex Rodriguez for his response about having a baby with Lopez.

“Interesting. That’s a lot to unpack,” he said.

While speaking with "Extra," Lopez revealed that her 11-year-old twins, Max and Emme, would be thrilled to have a new baby at home.

“I think they would love to have a brother or sister. They love having Natasha and Ella in their lives and having two extra bonus sisters. We really form a beautiful blended family and I think they would all be thrilled,” she said.

But before Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez could have a baby, they first have to plan their wedding. According to People, this is exactly what the couple is focusing on.

As of late, details about their nuptials are still being kept under wraps. But it’s unlikely that it will happen anytime soon due to their busy schedules. Early next year, Jennifer Lopez will perform at the Super Bowl in Miami.

Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez
Pictured: Jennifer Lopez and former pro-baseball player Alex Rodriguez attend the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party following the 91st Academy Awards at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills on February 24, 2019. Getty Images/Jean-Baptiste Lacroix