Rebecca Romijn Says She’s Done Having Kids
The 41-year-old former supermodel, Rebecca Romijn, says there are no more kids in her future.
Romijn, the ex-wife of the handsome actor, John Stamos, attended the 2nd annual Baby2Baby Gala in Culver City, California on Saturday. According to the official website, “Baby2Baby supplies Los Angeles families in need with essential baby gear and clothing for their children up to age 12. By distributing new and gently used items to over 50 non-profit organizations including homeless and domestic violence shelters, Head Start programs and hospitals, Baby2Baby serves over 67,000 children each year.” Romijn is one of the many celebrities who help support the organization.
While she was there, Us Weekly got an exclusive interview with Romijn where she dished on Stamos and the fact that her twin daughters will not be having any more siblings.
“No I am done having kids,” she told Us. “Two was always the goal, and we got that and here we are.”
After divorcing Stamos over eight years ago, Romijn married her new love, actor Jerry O’Connell, in 2007. Just a short year later, Romijn gave birth to their twin daughters, Dolly and Charlie. She says she and O’Connell had previously discussed how many children they wanted, and two was always the answer, and that is what they got.
Romijn also talked about what good friends her daughters have become. She says they share a special bond and are very good at keeping each other company.
“They are very good friends,” Romijn said of her daughters. “They are each other’s best play dates. They keep each other such great company and they play so well but they also fight and it turns on a dime. I’m constantly admiring them and then breaking up fights but they are each other’s best company.”
When asked about Stamos, Romijn responded, “I have no idea what is going on with him these days.” Fans seem to forget that the two are no longer an item. Romijn has definitely moved on from her days with the “Full House” star, and is enjoying her life with her husband and daughters.
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