Alyssa Milano wants another bun in the oven ASAP!

Alyssa Milano has wasted enough time — she’s ready for baby No. 2! The actress reveals that she and her hubby are “actively trying.”

Alyssa Milano and husband are trying for baby number two

Alyssa Milano wants her family to get a little bigger. The Charmed actress gave birth to a beautiful baby boy Milo in 2011, and she admits that she and her husband David Bugliari want to give their son a little playmate as soon as possible.

Milano revealed to Access Hollywood Live, ”We are actively trying.”

The 41-year-old star then jokingly added that her hubby is even trying herbal remedies to improve his sex drive. She said, ”[David’s] just chugging down ginseng.”

Although, Milano ensured that the world knew she was just joking about the ginseng and her husband has no issues when it comes to sex drive. She said, “They’re very natural moments.”

“It’s not like we’re machines or biological experiments. We’re very attracted to each other.”

There will be plenty of joy in Milano’s household if she manages to fall pregnant again soon. However, she did admit to finding it very difficult to shed the extra pounds after her son’s birth.

Milano has also faced some harsh comments about her weight, especially from Jay Mohr, who, according to E! News, slammed the brunette beauty during a radio interview. Mohr said, ”It seems like she had a baby and said, ‘I don’t really give a s***’…. I read it on her gut.”

Milano replied via Twitter at the time, saying, “@jaymohr37 So sorry you felt the need to publicly fat-shame me. Be well and God Bless. Please send my love to your beautiful wife.”

Although, motherhood is surely worth the added weight! The Mistresses actress previously revealed to Us Weekly that her son is the “the best of both” her and her husband. And she was more than happy to gush about his abilities, saying, “[He] started talking at 4 months, he started crawling at 5 months, and he started walking at 12 months. He thinks he’s 12 years old!”

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