Ben Stiller's baby ban
Ben Stiller and his wife Christine Taylor say they are happy with their two children, and are not planning to have any more.
Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor, who have two children, are not planning to add to their brood.
The 'Tropic Thunder' actor is happy raising six-year-old Ella and Quinlin, three, and has revealed he and his wife have no intention of having any more children.
Ben, 42, said: "Our kids are ridiculously cute and every moment is a joy and a wonderful challenge that people who have kids can only understand. It's the best but I'm happy where we're at right now."
Christine - who starred alongside Ben in 2001 movie 'Zoolander' - added: "Two children is a handful. I feel very fortunate and blessed. Two is enough for now. Three's off."
Christine, 37, also revealed Ella and Quinlin enjoy playing with their friend Suri Cruise, the daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, but are unaware of her famous parents.
She said: "We don't really set up those playdates. If it happens, it's wonderful and nice, but they're all kids and they have no idea.
"They're all happy. They're all just little. They just want to do their thing. Play dolls and have snacks and take a nap."