Mindy Kaling is unfazed by rumors that her ex-boyfriend B.J. Novak is the father of her two children.
"It doesn't bother me," said the 43-year-old "Mindy Project" graduate in an interview with Marie Claire published Tuesday.
"He's my kids' godmother - and they have such a great relationship - and so far [the speculation] has not affected my happiness at all. Neither to my kids or BJ." It doesn't affect me," she explained.
"If it inspires people, I embrace it."
Actress married daughter Catherinein 2017 and 2020, respectively. (4 years old) and son Spencer(1 year old).
Novak, 43, and Karin, who she dated on and off between 2004 and her 2007, saidthat her children had children until they learned the details for themselves. I'm not going to talk about our pregnancy.
[Tell me] How did they talk to me about it? "I'm the only parent to my children," she continued. "I think I'm on the very cautious side so that they're less likely to get mad at me in the end."
When it comes to telling them about her fame, Kaling hasn't brought up the topic yet.
"I hope [Katherine] is 12 or she's 13 and the kids are talking about ['The Office'] at school. Then she wants to see it." I can show it to her,” said the Tony winner.
"This is a reminder that you should probably remember some conversation to talk to her about [it]," she adds, making conscious parenting decisions. "I'm doing fine," he joked.
Kaling continued to encourage young women to freeze their eggs. rice field.
"All her 19-year-old girls came home from college and instead of buying jewelry, travel, etc., her parents took her eggs to be frozen. I hope so,' she said. "They could do it once and have all these eggs for the future."
The creator of "Never Have I Ever" In 2018, she gushed to People about the benefits of having kids "a little later" in her career.
"I can match her daughter to my job," she said at the time. "It's a luxury that most American women don't have.
"You can say, 'I want to check on my daughter at work, so I want a little area where she can play.' It's the greatest privilege of my life."