She may have celebrated her engagement to Justin Timberlake with a star-studded party in LA last weekend, but bride-to-be Jessica Biel has told French magazine Gala that she doesn't expect married life to be any different.
"I don't think our marriage will change anything," she said. "It will be a challenge finding a balance between my private life, family and work. I'm ready."
Describing herself as someone who "lets things happen naturally", the star told Gala how marriage isn't about being limited to a predefined plan but rather an opportunity to explore new things in her life.
"To me, nothing will really change, because I'm almost never home," she said. "But when I am home, I enjoy cooking. I especially love making cupcakes." She describes her cooking skills as being a disaster, but among her culinary "pleasant surprises" have been some "excellent zucchini fritters."
Following a brief split last year, the couple, who met in 2007, soon reunited with Timberlake popping the question while on holiday last December.
When asked about Timberlake's most redeeming features, Biel described his ability to communicate well and express his feelings as being his best qualities, as well as loyalty and honesty.
Wedding details or possible dates have yet to be made public, but reports suggest the couple is planning a big celebration later this year.