Hollywood celebrities explain why they choose to have no children…

We may all agree that both wanting children and not wanting children are equally acceptable options. According to statistics, more and more American women are having children later in life, if they have children at all.

Here are some celebrities’ opinions on their choice.

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston is tired of the persistent rumors in the media about her possible pregnancy. “The sheer amount of resources being used by the press right now to try and simply uncover whether or not I am pregnant (for the bajillionth time…but who’s counting) points to the perpetuation of this notion that women are somehow inadequate, unsuccessful, or unhappy if they’re not married with children,” she said. “This is where I weigh in on the matter: Whether we have a partner or kids, we are complete. When it comes to our bodies, we get to select what is attractive for ourselves. To be whole, we don’t have to be married or mothers. We are given the freedom to choose our own “happily ever after.”

Renée Zellweger

Renée Zellweger claims that despite her role in Bridget Jones’ Baby, she has never aspired to become a mother. “Being a mother has never been a goal. That’s not how I think, she said in 2004. I don’t set goals for myself like, ‘When I’m 19, I’m going to accomplish this, and when I’m 25, I’m going to do that.’ I just go with the flow, one day at a time, and if things happen, that’s great. I simply want to be capable of taking care of myself and being self-sufficient. Other than that, it’s simply gravy.

Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey dreamed of being the next Martin Luther King Jr. as her pals fantasized about starting families. In 2013, she stated, “If I had children, they would despise me.” They “would have wound up talking about me on the Oprah show equivalent, because something [in my life] would have to suffer, and it would probably be them.”

Ellen DeGeneres

Although Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres seem like they’d be the best celebrity mothers ever, DeGeneres acknowledges she doesn’t want to mess anything up. In 2014, she admitted, “Honestly, we’d probably be wonderful parents.” “But it’s a human being, and unless you believe you have amazing skills and have the will or motivation to do that, the amount of work and responsibility that is involved—I wouldn’t want to muck them up! We love our animals.” She will instead continue to encourage the really talented children on her show.

Kim Cattrall

The Sex and the City actor said, “I try not to listen to the shoulds or coulds, and try to get beyond expectations, peer pressure, or trying to please—and simply listen,” in an interview with O, the Oprah Magazine in 2003. I firmly believe that we hold the key to all the solutions. I knew I wasn’t ready to become a mother when I answered those questions about having kids because I understood how much pressure I was feeling was coming from outside sources. Cattrall, on the other hand, views herself as a mother to the performers she coaches. In 2015, she asserted, “There are ways to become a mother in this day and age that don’t include having your name appear on the birth certificate of the child.”

Betty White

In case you didn’t know, America’s granny wasn’t a real grandma. I adore kids,” White stated in 2015. “The only issue with children is that they develop into people, and I simply prefer animals to people. That’s how easy it is.

Winona Ryder

I’m 42 and…well, I was talking to my dad last year and asking, ‘What if I can’t have a kid?’ This is a little personal, but. There are other methods to have children in your life, he added. That’s accurate, and I benefit greatly from my brother’s children. But I must stop paying attention to others. The things ladies will tell you are ridiculous,” the actor said in 2014.

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