Lauren Conrad and William Tell have no plans to add more to their brood.
The “Hills” alum told Us Weekly Wednesday that she’s happy with her two kids, and her husband feels the same. Conrad and Tell share two sons, Liam, 4, and Charlie, 2.
“I think we’re at capacity,” the 36-year-old TV personality said. “We feel good about it, but we both wanted two kids. We got two wonderful children. We’re so happy.”
The couple tied the knot in 2014 after dating for two years. They welcomed their firstborn in 2017.
Conrad also gushed over Tell for being a good father and partner as she discussed how becoming parents changed their marriage.
“We’re so tired. That’s OK,” she told the outlet. “I think that you just have to work at it after kids come along. Obviously, there’s just so much more on your plate, but I also think that you have, like, a new appreciation for each other. I knew Will would be a good father, but he’s an excellent father. So I appreciate him so much more on that level.”
For Conrad, their marriage got “better” after welcoming their children. However, she admitted she would like “a little more sleep.”
The “Laguna Beach” alum also shared the biggest challenge for her as a parent of two boys.
“My biggest parenting challenge right now is patience. And I mean that on both ends. I’m working on my patience and the boys are just very like, ‘I want this, I want it now,'” she said. “We’re all learning patience together.”
The former reality star met Tell when she was still in high school. Conrad shared that she had been sitting on stage at one of the concerts of his band Something Corporate at 16. A decade later, they were set up on a blind date, and the rest was history.
Nowadays, the couple is preoccupied with their two sons. Conrad joked that she now lives in “a Lego house” because “everything’s Legos” at home.
In 2020, Conrad spoke with her former “The Hills” co-star Whitney Port about her exit from the show. The former left Los Angeles after her decision to step away from the limelight and never spoke with her former co-stars.
Conrad told Port that “it had nothing to do with [her] personally” and that she simply felt that L.A. was no longer a “healthy space” for her.
“I stopped filming and then I just kind of needed a clean break for a minute to kind of emotionally recover. I took some time off and then obviously moved out of L.A.,” she said on the “With Whit” podcast.