Carrie Bickmore welcomed daughter Adelaide with partner Chris Walker in December last year.
And if she had her way, The Project host says she would only discuss her baby plans when she feels ready.
In a column for Stellar magazine published on Saturday, the 38-year-old said she supported the magazine's decision to no longer ask women about whether they want children, or are planning to have kids.
In particular, Carrie says it's heartbreaking for women to be asked about children when struggling with their fertility or after a miscarriage.
The TV host writes: 'I also know how difficult it is to dismiss or laugh off a seemingly 'banal' question about 'having another baby' just weeks after suffering a heartbreaking miscarriage.'
She added: 'Eventually I was OK to talk about it publicly. I wanted to share my journey, hoping it might help other women. But on my terms. When I felt ready.'
Carrie is a third-time mother to her 10-month-old daughter, Adelaide, and happily shares snaps of the tot to Instagram.
'You smile at me baby girl and I forget you've been up all night four nights in a row,' the host captioned one recent post.
Carrie and partner Chris also share daughter Evie, four, while Chris has taken on a stepfather role to Carrie's son Oliver, 12, from her previous marriage to late husband Greg Lange.
Speaking to body+soul in April, Carrie said she doesn't strive for perfection as a mother.
'I don't think life is ever perfectly in balance, that's OK,' she began. 'I think we should aspire to have perfect lives - the joy is in the imperfection.'
'Some days my home life takes more of my time and energy, so my work life takes a back seat; other weeks I have a crazy work schedule, so my house becomes a mess and we eat more take-away,' Carrie added.