Supernanny Jo Frost, 50, reveals people constantly ask her ‘when she’s going to have children’

‘Spiritually, I have millions of kids’: Supernanny Jo Frost, 50, says people are always shocked to learn she DOESN’T have children and ask her ‘when she’s going to have them’

Her natural maternal instincts and firm discipline tactics have helped transformed hundreds of unruly children. 

However, Supernanny Jo Frost has revealed that people are always shocked to discover that she doesn’t have children of her own.

The 50-year-old, who has been happily married to Darrin Jackson since 2011, told WHO Magazine: ‘People assume I have kids or ask me when I’m going to have them’. 

‘People just assume I have kids’: Supernanny Jo Frost, 50, has revealed that people are always shocked to discover that she doesn’t have children of her own

Jo explained that she was very much content with life at her Los Angeles home with her smitten other half.

She told the publication: ‘As a woman, you get to make the decision, either on your own or with your partner. You don’t need an excuse.’

‘And besides, spiritually, I have millions of children’.

'Spiritually, I have millions of children': Jo explained that she was very much content with life at her Los Angeles home with her husband Darrin Jackon, who has been happily married to since 2011

‘Spiritually, I have millions of children’: Jo explained that she was very much content with life at her Los Angeles home with her husband Darrin Jackon, who has been happily married to since 2011

Jo skyrocketed to fame as the charming yet tough-talking parenting expert on the British series, Supernanny, in 2004.

The hugely successful series spawned an equally popular American spin-off the following year.

With this year’s COVID-19 pandemic, Jo has still managed to assist more than 1000 parents and their disruptive children by swapping home visits for video conference calls.

Big role: Jo skyrocketed to fame as the charming yet tough-talking parenting expert on the British series, Supernanny, in 2004

Big role: Jo skyrocketed to fame as the charming yet tough-talking parenting expert on the British series, Supernanny, in 2004

While she has seen immense success in her native UK and the States, Jo is ready to take over Australia with aplomb.

Last month, Channel Nine announced Jo would be fronting their new television venture, The Parents Jury, which will premiere next year.

Jo has expressed that she is looking forward to coming Down Under to ‘lend her expertise’ to families in need.

Taking over Australia: Last month, Channel Nine announced Jo would be fronting their new television venture, The Parents Jury, which will premiere next year

Taking over Australia: Last month, Channel Nine announced Jo would be fronting their new television venture, The Parents Jury, which will premiere next year

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