Olivia Wilde On Jennifer Garner: She “Should Keep Breeding”

Olivia Wilde On Jennifer Garner: She "Should Keep Breeding"

According to Tron: Legacy starlet Olivia Wilde, Jennifer Garner should keep having children – forever.

The 27-year-old actress – who co-stars with Jennifer in the upcoming movie Butter – dishes to US Weekly magazine that the mom-of-two “should keep breeding” even after she welcomes her third child with hubby Ben Affleck.

“She makes pretty babies.” Wilde says. “She was such an awesome costar and a wonderful producer,” she added.

The hands-on supermom recently appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and dished about how cool it would be to have a boy but, having two sisters herself, another girl wouldn’t be so bad.

It would be so weird to have a boy and cool and different. And I’m sure it would be fun for Ben he likes baseball and all that stuff. But a third girl, three girls is a great way to grow up,”

Jennifer, 39, is also mom to daughters Violet, 5 and Seraphina, 2.

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  1. Anonymous

    she should keep breeding so Ben will not divorce her. And that is all the news you heard about her . Sadly she is not an A=list :(

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    • sandy beach

      I’m not a fan of her acting either, but I think it’s indisputable that she’s an A+ mom — unlike a lot of so-called ‘A-listers’. This woman puts her kids first and seems to enjoy being a hands-on mom instead of relying on nannies 24/7 – like Gwen Stefanni for example.

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    • Huh?

      So someone who is not A-list, and I am not sure how you define A-list, is not worth reading about here? And as far as news, she has two movies coming out in the near future – one of which she produced and is now promoting on shows like Ellen , has another in preproduction according to IMBD, just signed a deal with ABC to produce a tv show, and still finds time to serve as a volunteer spokesperson for Save the Children. Sounds like a pretty active life to me.

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