10 Celebrities Who Are Done Having Kids, So Quit Asking Them About It

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Knowing when to stop having kids is a huge decision that requires a great deal of thought. There's no magical formula or test that determines when you're done having kids. No matter how much they love their kids, it's a tricky issue that many parents fear of regretting one day. While some parents aren’t ready to cut the cord, some go to great lengths and medical procedures to stop having kids. And, because they’re just like us, there are a few celebrities who are done having kids.

It's hard to know for sure when your youngest or only child will be your last. In recent news, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have hired a surrogate to carry their third baby after doctors told her she couldn’t carry any more kids, according to E! News. Similar to most big parenting decisions, however, choosing to stop having kids is just a gut feeling. For many of these famous couples, having just two or three kids felt complete. Others were just exhausted from their pregnancies or physically unable to add more little ones. Although there's no concrete answer to how many kids you'll eventually settle with, here are some celebrity parents who won't be extending their families anytime soon.

1. Nick and Vanessa Lachey

For Nick and Vanessa Lachey, their family of five is the perfect size. According to People, however, they’re not necessarily ruling out baby number four.

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2. Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock

After two difficult pregnancies, it’s no surprise that Kelly Clarkson is done with carrying any more babies. To keep her family at its current size, she even got her tubes tied and made her husband get a vasectomy, according to Hollywood Life.

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3. Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg

With three kids from previous marriages, Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg won’t be having kids of their own — or at least until their boys graduate high school. McCarthy told Entertainment Tonight that they’re focusing on raising their teenage boys for now.

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4. Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler

In an interview with People, Kristin Cavallari said that her third child, Saylor James, will be her last baby. Cavallari and Cutler's move to Nashville also gave them more reason to settle down with their kids, according to Romper.

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5. Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard

After their second daughter’s unplanned C-section, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard vowed not to have any more kids, according to US Weekly. Additionally, the couple doesn’t want to be outnumbered, though Shepard said he already feels that way being the only male in the family.

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6. Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban

Nicole Kidman may be entering her 50s, but she’s still got baby fever. Although the mom of four wants more kids, it seems like husband Keith Urban isn’t too keen on the idea. In an interview with BBC’s 2 Victoria DerbyshireKidman said that "he's kind maxed out," but assured that she's more than happy with her current brood.

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7. Alec and Hilaria Baldwin

Don’t expect baby number four from Alec and Hilaria Baldwin in the near future. Although they’re happy with their daughter and two sons, Baldwin said that adding a fourth child would be stressful, according to People.

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8. Zoe Saldana and Marco Perego

Since giving birth to her third son, Zen, in February, Zoe Saldana told Extra TV that three's enough children for her family.

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9. Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson

Jessica Simpson is done after having two kids, and she’s got an IUD to prove it. During an interview on The Ellen Degeneres Show, she shut rumors down about a possible third baby and said she’s happy being a mom of two.

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10. Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell

Having two kids was always the goal for Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell, who are parents to twin daughters. Romijn told Us Weekly that they won’t be having any more siblings in the future.

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