Stephen Fry says not having kids has left an enormous gap in his life.
Though the 65-year-old actor and presenter mentioned having kids with husband Elliott Spencer, 35, after they married in 2015, he stated he has now come to phrases with the fact that they do not would not have kids collectively.
In response to The Mirror, he stated: “There’s part of me that clearly feels otherworldly, if I had timed it proper I might need had kids.
“I’ve plenty of godchildren now, nieces and nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews, however I’ll by no means see a toddler develop up. It is a slight unhappiness.
“I imply, that is in all probability the largest gap in my life expertise.
“I have been blessed to have completed a lot, been via a lot and met so many individuals that I have been thrilled to satisfy and have had alternatives which are simply wonderful. , actually.”
Stephen added that he and Elliott had mentioned having kids, however by no means received past speaking about it.
He stated: “I had the chance, I assume, to have kids. I might have settled one thing.
“Elliot and I, we talked about it a bit, however we by no means talked about it to the purpose of claiming ‘Okay, so we’ll a clinic tomorrow to speak to an knowledgeable about it.’
“We by no means received that far. It was at all times ‘Yeah, that might be good, would not it?’ In order that’s in all probability it. In any other case, in fact, there are regrets in life.”