Demi Moore told Vanity Fair mag that she and husband Ashton Kutcher are considering having children in an interview that hit newstands today. When asked about expanding her brood, Moore said, "Most definitely. Once you hit three, where you're outnumbered, it's really, like, 'What's the difference between (three or) four or five?'" Skeptics were doubtful the 44-year-old's relationship with 28-year-old Kutcher would last, but the pair have been married a year and together for three, and the Bobby actress says Kutcher is the best thing that's happened to her. "If somebody would have said, 'OK, here is the prediction: you're going to meet a man 25 years old, and he's going to see being with you and having your three children as a bonus,' I would have said, 'Keep dreaming,'" says Moore. "I think it caught us both by surprise, particularly him." And about the couple's age difference, Moore says, "...for us, the age was never even a thought because it was really just like meeting somebody I've always known." Moore and Kutcher would definitely consider working together on a project - though maybe not on-screen: "We've teased each other recently about doing The Graduate on Broadway but, you know, historically, real couples being on-screen together never seems to work," the Ghost actress says. "But a project that we create, that we're maybe more behind the scenes? I couldn't think of anything better, because there isn't anybody that I would rather spend my time with."