"That is something you find out when you try and I haven’t tried but having endometriosis, it does make it that bit harder. And if I am unable to carry a child, I will still be a mother no matter what as I have always wanted to be one since I was a little girl. So whether it is adopting or fostering, I will have babies however I can."
The Bachelorette told the publication that she is currently dating the winner from show, and that both parties share the same desire for children.
"One hundred per cent I am dating someone from the show right now," she said.
"I am very happy. It is tough to watch it (the show) together but we signed up knowing that it was going to be tough. We are happy, we’re great communicators and we just talk through our stuff and there is quite a lot of stuff to talk about."
Angie revealed that following her keyhole surgery for her endometriosis three years ago, she is still actively pursuing doctors since the filming wrapped to determine what her options are.
"It is something I will have to worry about if I try past 35 but it is not impossible," she told The Daily Telegraph.
"I will cross that bridge when I get to it but I will be starting a natural process. I will do everything natural through my naturopath and I will start that next year.
"I will come off the pill and get all my hormones ready so when the time does come for me to want to try to have children, it doesn’t take another two years on top of it.
"We can’t ever predict the future so you kind of do, if you suffer from any kind of medical condition in that area, you do need to prep now just in case. It may sound ridiculous to prep so far in advance but why not?"
Angie continued: "And plus, it is good to get off the pill anyway, I don’t really want to be on it anymore. I want a natural cycle so I will be resetting my hormones and I’ll be nice and crazy for my poor man."