Isla Fisher: I don't like talking about my private life

Isla Fisher "doesn't like" talking about her private life.

The 'Confessions of a Shopaholic' star shut down TV hosts Sam Armytage and David Koch on Australia's 'Sunrise' show on Wednesday (27.07.16) when they asked about her husband Sacha Baron Cohen whilst promoting her children's book and she abruptly told them she didn't want to discuss her family life.

She told them: "He's not here doing the interview. I don't like talking about my private life."

Isla - who has Olive, eight, Elula, five, and 14-month-old son Montgomery with Sacha - did say there was a lot of fun and games that goes on in their home.

She added: "Yes, I think there's a lot of mischief that goes on in our house and a lot of fun."

However, that hasn't stopped the 40-year-old beauty talking about her family life with the 'Zoolander' actor and her children in the past.

The 'Great Gatsby' star previously opened up about breastfeeding her daughters Olive and Elula and the "bond" it created between them.

She has said: "What I loved about breastfeeding was that bond of one-on-one time. The serotonin that's released calms you down and connects you to the baby."

And she previously admitted that it's "embarrassing" being married to the comedian because he's just as comical in real life than he is in his films.

She previously said: "I cannot tell you how embarrassing he is in social situations, To him, there's no difference between the awkward gaffes he deliberately makes as a comic and the terrible faux pas he innocently commits as my husband."

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