Stacy Keibler recently opened up about her plans for marriage with George Clooney, confirming that she is not yet ready to walk down the aisle.
The 32-year-old model dispelled recent reports of a breakup but revealed that she is comfortable with their relationship as it is and does not have marriage or children on her mind.
"That is not on my radar at all I'm definitely the girl who doesn't talk about that kind of stuff," Keibler told E! News.
"I'm not really interested in thinking about marriage or kids at all. [I] live in the moment," she explained, adding, "I'm more of a guy that way."
Clooney, 51, has been dating the former WWE pro-wrestler for over a year but on Oct. 3, it was claimed that the actor had grown tired of the relationship.
"They're barely talking. [Stacy] is worried that he may break up with her any day now," a source was quoted as telling the New York Daily News' Confidential.
Keibler was reportedly spotted at an event where onlookers claim that the former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader was grief-stricken and seen breaking down on and off throughout the day. She allegedly kept checking her phone for texts or calls from Clooney, a source claimed.
"She was acting really nervous and refused to talk about George," a source, who claimed to have seen Keibler at a recent cooking event, said.
"[Keibler] hoped they would be together long-term [but] George wants to be on his own again. [She] is now telling friends: It's over," a source previously told The Sun U.K.
Keibler has recently been spending time in New York City for some time whereas Clooney has reportedly been in Bartlesville, Oklahoma filming and producing "August: Osage County" with actresses Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep and Juliette Lewis.
In September, a British tabloid claimed that Clooney had ended their relationship over his alleged commitment issues, although a representative blasted the report as false.
"A story published by a London tabloid, The Sun, concerning George Clooney and Stacy Keibler is not true," the representative stated. He added that the article is a "total fabrication designed to sell newspapers," GossipCop reported.