Brian Austin Green Is ‘Finished’ Having Kids After Sharna Burgess’ Son
Is the brood too big? Brian Austin Green weighed the possibility of having another child after welcoming her son with Sharna Burgess – and he has his reservations.
“I mean, I have five kids, and we joke that I already had a break. [before baby Zane]so now i have [to get] a Yukon Denali,” the 49-year-old actor teased for entertainment tonight at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, July 21. “If I have another, then I’m moving on a school bus or something.”
Green continued, “How do you travel? Like, you know, walking into a restaurant asking for a table for seven, it all starts to get a little too much. So I think I finished at five o’clock.
The anger management star and Burgess, 37, welcomed Zane in June. Green is also father to Noah, 9, Bodhi, 8, and Journey, 5, with an ex-wife Megan Fox and shares Kassius, 20, with his ex Vanessa Marcil.
“I don’t say never, you notice, I say, ‘I think,'” Green clarified of her blended family’s expansion. “And there are a lot of things that can come from thinking. There’s a lot of room for change within that.
Since the arrival of his youngest son, the California native has often gushed about how the Dancing with the stars pro – who he started dating in 2020 – has adjusted to parenting a newborn. Green is also impressed with how his older children have adopted their little brother.
“The kids are so amazing with Zane, they were amazing with Sharna the whole time when she was pregnant,” he noted Thursday. “They would come every morning and they wanted to rub his belly and they would talk to him and they were just obsessed with him. They come every morning now, saying, ‘Is he still awake?’ You know, they tiptoe, they’re so cute. This is so cool. … The navigation was really smooth.
Burgess previously explained that she was part of Green and Fox’s co-parenting dynamic during an appearance on the “Viall Files” podcast shortly before she gave birth. “You can’t go into a new situation with someone and expect them to leave behind everything they’ve been through or been through,” the Aussie ballroom dancer said in June. “Brian’s had a lifetime with another person and babies and I can’t expect it to be, ‘I’m priority #1 and what I need is [this].’”
She continued at the time: “It is important for the children. The kids know we have a good relationship [with Megan]. … I always wanted a big family, and then I turned 36 and I thought, ‘I can’t really date five kids.’ But maybe I’ll get one or two. I met the love of my life and these beautiful children of whom I became the step-parent and whom I watch them grow up. I love them so much.”