She is one of Hollywood's leading ladies, with blockbusters such as Charlie's Angels, Shrek and There's Something About Mary to her name.
But Cameron Diaz has reportedly retired from acting to focus on family life with her musician husband Benji Madden, 39.
According to her pal Selma Blair, the actress, 45, has said she is 'done' with the film industry and has no plans to return the big screen.
Speaking at the Oscar's Vanity Fair pre-party in LA last week, Selma, who stars in the 2002 movie The Sweetest Thing with the blonde beauty, said: 'I had lunch with Cameron the other day, we were reminiscing about the film.
'I would have liked to do a sequel but Cameron's retired from acting, she's like "I'm done".
'I mean, she doesn't need to make any more films, she has a pretty great life, I don't know what it would take to bring her back.'
Cameron has been on a hiatus since the release of Annie back in 2014, where she starred as Miss Hannigan.
'Cameron hasn’t wanted to work,' a source told the magazine, 'She is enjoying being at home and being a housewife, she would love more than anything to be a mom.'
'At this point they would be very happy with the miracle of one child,' the source added.
The actress has previously said 'nothing else matters' now she has her husband in her life.
In a rare interview with Andy Cohen in 2016, she said: 'It was one of those things where everyone tells you, "You just know when you know". I was like, "What does that mean?" Oh, I get it. You just know when you know. Like you're my husband.
'The first thing I said when I first met my husband was, "He's hot". How come I didn't know this before? We had never been in the same circle… You know, nothing matters now that I have my husband. Like, I don't even remember any of that.
'No one compares. Everything else just like washes and slips away. You realise like, "Oh this is like the real thing is. This is what real love is. This is what real commitment and devotion is. This is the person you build your life with".'