No Babies For Howard Stern & Beth Ostrosky

No Babies For Howard Stern & Beth Ostrosky

Radio host Howard Stern and his new bride Beth Ostrosky insist that they have no plans to add to their little family.

Howard, 55, has already experience fatherhood three times over: He has daughters Emily, 26, Debra, 23, and Ashley, 17, from his first marriage to Allison Stern. He insists that he’s not tempted to do another round of diaper duty.

“I don’t want to be (in my sixties) running around with a five year old. I have three grown children and to start all over again, that seems insane to me.”

Beth, 36, seems seems to agree, telling WENN last year that motherhood is not in her plans. “I’m adopting lots of puppies, dogs, kittens, a whole zoo in my house. But no human beings. I don’t have plans for children.”

Beth and Howard wed last October after dating for 8 years.

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  1. Peta

    Whatever works for them. At least they’re honest. Some people have children because they feel as if they must.

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  2. Anonymous

    You heard it straight from the horse’s mouth. Except she didn’t adopt her dog – she got a pure-bread bulldog, one of the most genetically abused animals in the history of dog breeding. She should try equine hobbies. That way, she could have something in common with her pets.

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    • Anonymous

      That’s the one thing that really bothers me about her. She does all these good deeds for North Shore Animal League and preaches about adopting a shelter pet, but then goes and buys an expensive bulldog for herself. I know it’s her money and she can do what she wants with it, but it just seems like a slap in the face to all the shelter dogs she claims need good homes. Are they not good enough for her? Maybe it’s time they should consider getting a new spokesperson for the shelter, but as long as she’s giving donations that won’t happen any time soon. Atleast if she’s giving money to the cause that’s better than nothing.

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