“I don’t know if I’m done yet,” Kate, 40, admitted on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday, February 20. “Right now, [my 16-month-old daughter] Rani is at the age where you’re like, ‘I want another baby.’ But once she [turns] 4, 5, I feel like my life is kind of back a little bit. They’re kind of in a groove.”
Oliver, for his part, has zero plans to have more children with his wife, Erinn Bartlett. The couple, who married in June 2006, are the parents of sons Wilder, 12, and Bodhi, 9, and daughter Rio, 6.
“I’m done,” the Splitting Up Together alum, 43, said with a laugh on Thursday. “I’m so done.”
That said, Kate praised her brother’s parenting skills, telling Ellen DeGeneres, “He, like, raises children really easily. It’s his best work. He’s the best dad.”
Though the Marshall star has considered having a fourth child, her hands are full with Rani at the moment.
“She’s so funny. She’s so deeply funny,” she said of her youngest. “I actually think she got the funny gene because she loves jewelry, so if you’re wearing, like, any kind of necklace, she goes, ‘Off, off,’ so you have to take it off ‘cause she wears it.”
Oliver interjected to call his niece “feminine but tough,” adding, “She’s gonna hold her own.”
Kate and Fujikawa, 33, started dating in December 2016, but she has known him for years through his stepsisters Sara Foster and Erin Foster. The couple announced in April 2018 that they were expecting their first child together, and Rani arrived nearly six months later.
“Kate and Danny are over-the-moon ecstatic,” a source told Us Weekly exclusively in 2018. “Kate has had the baby itch and wanted a girl more than anything. She has a special bond with her niece, Rio, and really wanted to experience having a daughter of her own.”Listen on Spotify to Us Weekly's Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories!
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