Kenny Rogers Described What It Was Like to Become a Father to Twins at 65

Kenny Rogers Described What It Was Like to Become a Father to Twins at 65

Kenny Rogers became a father to twin boys at the age of 65. Here’s what the country singer said about that experience and his relationship with his wife, Wanda Miller. Kenny Rogers’ wife decided she wanted children when she turned 35 years old At first, Rogers and Miller decided not to have children. However, when Miller turned 35 years old, she changed her mind. She told Rogers about her change of heart and asked if he would be OK with trying for a child. Rogers agreed and the couple moved forward with their new plan. Here’s what Miller said about how they came to their decision: When I turned 35, BAM, it hit me. I was worried about missing out on having children. We were on a trip in China with the Mazzas, and I called Kenny into the dressing room where I was getting ready to have dinner. I asked him, ‘Should we give it a chance to have kids, and if it doesn’t work out, then let it go?’ And he graciously agreed! He said, ‘Yes, I would never want to cause you to miss out on your childbearing years.’ So, when we returned to Atlanta, we gave it our all. Wanda Miller in ‘Luck or Something Like It’ Kenny Rogers said having children with Wanda Miller was a ‘wonderful experience’ The road toward fatherhood at the age of 65 had its share of ups and downs. Rogers said he was amazed by what mothers can do. He expressed his ...
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