Gwyneth Paltrow has had a whirlwind year. Back in January, she confirmed her engagement to television writer, director, and producer Brad Falchuk. In April, she celebrated her bachelorette party in Mexico with a few famous friends, including Cameron Diaz, Stella McCartney, and Reese Witherspoon.
Then later that month, Paltrow and Falchuk were rumored to have tied the knot in a secret wedding, and the event was attended by celebrities like Kate Hudson and Jennifer Aniston. While the couple hasn't confirmed whether or not they are indeed married, Paltrow was spotted at the pre-Broadway opening of Head Over Heels, The Go-Go's musical which she is producing, wearing a wedding band featuring Falchuk's initials.
In the midst all of these events, real or just rumored, there's one event that Paltrow says won't be happening any time soon, or ever: having more children. The actress shut down the possibility of expanding her family with Falcuck during her appearance on Howard Stern‘s SiriusXM radio show on Wednesday, People reports.
"This is his second marriage … Neither of us wants more kids," Paltrow said. But she and Falchuk had no disagreements on the decision. "We’re on the same team," she added.
Paltrow has two kids with ex-husband Chris Martin, daughter Apple, 14, and son Moses, 12. Meanwhile, Falchuk shares son Brody and daughter Isabella with ex-wife Suzanne Bukinik, whom he separated from in 2013.
Paltrow further explained that the two are happy with the blended family that they have now. "[Brad is] fantastic," the actress told Stern. "It’s always tricky with kids and trying to gently blend families. It’s hard."
Paltrow and Falchuk first met in 2010 when she made a guest appearance on Glee, a show Falchuk co-created. They started dating in 2014 and got engaged in late 2017.
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