Laura Henshaw has revealed the one question she's tired of hearing about is being asked when she's going to fall pregnant.
The fitness guru, who recently got married to her partner Dalton Graham last November, made the admission in a post to her Instagram on Friday.
'I get asked this often and I just wanted to share a gentle reminder of why I don't ever ask this question to anyone anymore,' Laura, 28, began in a series of slides with written text.
Off-limits: Laura Henshaw has shared a candid post about why you shouldn't ask women if they want kids
The Keep It Cleaner co-founder pointed out issues women face with infertility, the constant worry she has about her 'fertile window' and the decision not to have children.
'If we want to have children, doesn't mean we can,' she continued. 'Infertility is sadly much more common than you would ever think.'
Laura contrasted how there's a 'fear' of getting pregnant at a younger age with a '100%' certainty you'll fall pregnant when you're older but then, when you get to your twenties, there's 'not a 100% chance' of falling pregnant.
'I don't ever ask this question to anyone anymore': The fitness guru revealed that she's tired of pregnancy questions before listing the reasons why including infertility, the constant worry about the 'fertile window' and the decision not to have children
'We still have to consider at an age we still feel ready what our plans will be, as there's a specific fertile window.'
Laura then questioned her own fertility and says it's something she worries and 'thinks about