Is fatherhood in Jon Hamm’s future?
The longtime bachelor hinted at the potential of having a baby with Anna Osceola on a podcast recorded just days before the couple’s wedding.
“Table for Two” host Bruce Bozzi praised Hamm for the life he “created” and “made happen” in the episode, released Tuesday, asking whether that would “lead to having a family, creating a family.”
The “Mad Men” star did not shut down the prospect. Instead, he replied, “TBD. TBD.”
Hamm, 52, went on to call his relationship with Osceola, 35, the “exciting part of life,” referring to it as a “signpost and a signifier of the next chapter and phase” that came with “a sense of stability and comfort.”
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Before the Emmy winner began dating the actress, he swore off marriage in a 2012 Playboy interview, saying he did not feel a “driving force to have a baby.”
However, he noted at the time, “If it ever came up, I’m not ruling it out.”
By September 2022, Hamm had changed his tune, explaining to Howard Stern how his “comfortable” romance made him “open to” more milestones — including welcoming children.
The actor additionally credited his therapist with the about-face.
“It’s been a process of working on myself, my mental health … and unpacking all of that trauma,” he said, noting that his mother’s death when he was a child “create[d] a wound that block[e]d a lot of emotional accessibility and vulnerability.”
He added, “It’s only been in the last couple of years, me kind of sitting down and really thinking about all that stuff, that’s made the relationship that I’m in now even more meaningful and opened up the possibility of things like being married, having kids.”
The “Town” star joked that he sounded “hokey” but was “working” toward those goals nonetheless.
Hamm met Osceola in 2014 while filming the “Mad Men” series finale. The duo, who did not start dating until 2020, married Saturday in Big Sur, Calif., where they shot the episode.