Canadian comedian Seth Rogan and his wife, Lauren Miller, have been together for almost 20 years now (oh how time flies!)
Usually, the question on everyone's minds at this point in their relationship would be...when are the kids coming?? For the 'Neighbors' star and his wife, kids aren't part of the picture.
The Hollywood pair decided very early on in their journey that having kids wasn't part of their plan. They've even revealed that not having kids is what's made them become so successful.
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“I do not [have children]. That has helped me succeed as well. Definitely. Oh yeah. There’s a whole huge thing I’m not doing, which is raising kids,” said Rogan in one of The Diary of A CEO's recent episodes. "I’ve obviously been around a lot of children. I’m not ignorant to what it’s like. Everyone I know has kids. I see, you know, I’m 40. Some people want kids some people don’t want kids, I think a lot of people have kids before they even think about it, from what I’ve seen,” he added.
According to Rogan, he and his wife have observed many benefits from not having kids and living their life as a solo couple. "We are in the prime of our lives. We are smarter than we’ve ever been. We understand ourselves more than we ever have. We have the capacity to achieve a level of work and a level of communication and care for one another, and a lifestyle we can live with one another that we’ve never been able to live before,” he said.
Many users reacted to the video in the comments saying that it was rather 'refreshing' to hear this from a 40-year-old, well-achieved man.
"That makes me feel good."
"It shouldn't be that ONLY WOMEN defend this choice."
“Me and my wife actively enjoy not having them too!”
What about you? Do you also find it refreshing to hear a Hollywood star say they don't want any kids?