Chelsea Handler, 46, says she is ‘confident’ about her decision to not marry and have kids as she jokes it allows her time to ‘do mushrooms with my landscaper’
Chelsea Handler is single and never had children, which she has said she is very happy with.
The 46-year-old comedienne posted a video to Instagram in which she answered a fan question about whether she felt she made the right decision about not starting a family.
‘I have never felt more confident and secure in my life decision-making skills, in remaining childless and alone, than I have during this pandemic,’ said the pal of Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox.
Alone and happy: Chelsea Handler made a video and said, ‘I have never felt more confident and secure in my life decision-making skills’ when asked if she regretted not having kids
Beep beep: The actress, seen here at the Billboard Music Awards in May, said she didn’t ‘mean to toot my own horn, but beep beep’
‘I don’t mean to toot my own horn, but beep beep,’ she added.
The Chelsea host captioned the short video, ‘I remain steadfast in my decision. To all the parents out there—make yourself a cocktail or pop an edible.
‘You’re doing the Lord’s work, and I’m doing mushrooms with my landscaper.’
The talk show star has dated plenty in the past. She and Ted Harbert, the former CEO of Comcast who oversaw E! while the star was still working for the network, dated from 2006 to 2010.
‘Make yourself a cocktail or pop an edible’: Handler’s video wasn’t meant to insult mother’s. She shouts out parents in the comments, writing ‘You’re doing the Lord’s work
Famous flames: Handler has dated some famous faces like 50 Cent and Animal Planet star David Salmoni
After the two broke up, Handler dated rapper 50 Cent for a few months.
She struck up an on-again-off-again relationship with hotelier André Balazs. The two called it quits for good in 2013.
Most recently, fans have made a big deal out of pictures Handler shared with fellow comedian Jo Koy.
The two attended a Dodger game together this week and sat very close beside one another. Neither has confirmed they are dating the other.
A new flame? Fans have made a big deal out of pictures Handler shared with fellow comedian Jo Koy. The two attended a Dodger game together
A professional success: Handler continues to stay relevant putting out original content like her special Chelsea Handler: Evolution and her docuseries Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea.
While her dating life might be heating up, her professional career has been hot for a long time. Handler has continued to put out original content.
Most recently, the comedienne released a special Chelsea Handler: Evolution on HBO Max. In 2019, Netflix released her docuseries Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea.
She has also found success through her writing. The rights to her 2019 memoir Life Will Be the Death of Me were acquired by Universal TV which is working on turning the book into a television show.
Life so interesting it could be a television show: The rights to her memoir Life Will Be the Death of Me were acquired by Universal TV; seen in June