Rosanna Davison has laughed off talk of her becoming a 'yummy mummy' as harmless fun.
She and long-term boyfriend Wesley Quirke set tongues wagging when they enjoyed some online banter yesterday.
But the top model is adamant that despite the "yummy mummy" chat, she's nowhere near ready to start a family yet.
The former Miss World, who will turn 27 in the coming weeks, was quick to pour cold water on the idea, explaining that she has her hands full managing her own busy life.
Rosanna, who bought her first home with Wes last year, says it was all just harmless fun between the couple and insists she has no big news to share.
"No, it's definitely not a hint," she laughed. "It was all just a joke. My friend Gillian Fitzpatrick was joking and then Wes joked that I would be a mother someday."
The Herald columnist went on to explain how she will be spending her upcoming birthday on April 17 in London.
Rosanna has a number of work commitments across the water and also plans to see her father Chris de Burgh in a concert at the Royal Albert Hall the following evening.
Meanwhile, the model said she is still being bombarded with compliments for her performance as nerdy scientist Aideen, after catching her dad out on popular RTE series Anonymous.
Dressed to impress in a fitted navy shift dress, the AR model turned on the style last night when she stepped out alongside her glamorous mum Diane.
The mother and daughter team were at the Sky Suite Radisson Blu Hotel to help launch Dr Hauschka's new skincare line.
Rosanna explained how she is slowly getting back on her feet after injuring her ankle during a recent ski trip to Val D'Isere, although it didn't stop her from sporting high heels at last night's star-studded launch.
"It's really nice to work with my mum because we don't get to do it too often," she said.
"We have a nice day planned for Mother's Day on Sunday. We'll be going out for lunch and bringing my grandmother.
"My dad's away touring in Germany at the moment so it's important that she gets spoiled too," she added.
And while Rosanna is all for using the expensive skincare line to combat the signs of ageing, the beauty queen insists she won't be going under the knife.
The chatty blonde said: "It's something I haven't even thought about yet to be honest.
"My mum is a great example of someone who has never had anything done and she looks amazing."