Mindy Kaling says ‘it doesn’t bother me’ people think B.J. Novak is father of her children.

Mindy Kaling is responding to rumors that former The Office co-star B.J. Novak is the father of her two children.

Now she is opening up about what she thinks about speculation. “I don’t mind,” Mindy Kaling said in an interview on Marie Claire published Tuesday. Mindy Kaling said it “hasn’t affected my happiness at all, it didn’t affect my baby or B.J.”

Mindy Kaling  Photo Credit :- Mindy Instagram
Mindy Kaling Photo Credit :- Mindy Kaling Instagram

Although the 43-year-old woman did not confirm the identity of her biological father, Kaling said her longtime friend Novak played an important role in their lives.

“(Novak is) godfather to my two children – and they have such a good relationship,” added Kaling. “If that’s what tickles people, I’ll take it.” Kaling is the mother of Katherine, years old, and Spencer, 23 months.

Kaling and Novak have formed a close friendship since writing and starring in NBC’s Emmy-winning comedy “The Office,” where the pair play the toxic couple once again, Kelly Kapoor and Ryan Howard.

Since then, the two have continued to support each other’s cause. In March, the duo walked the Oscars red carpet together, and most recently Novak shared a behind-the-scenes photo on Instagram on Thursday when Kaling visited him on the set of his debut film. director, ‘Vengeance’, opens in theaters July 29.

Kaling is a writer and executive producer on Netflix’s “Never Have I Ever” and HBO Max’s “The Sex Live of College Girls” . She also co-wrote “Learies Blonde 3”, starring Reese Witherspoon, with “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” creator Dan Goor.

Mindy Kaling says 'it doesn't bother me' people think B.J. Novak is father of her children.

The creator of “The Mindy Project” told USA TODAY in June that juggling parenthood and a busy schedule can be tough, but Kaling is grateful to have the help of a full-time nanny. time and two assistants. She also said her door is always open for her daughter whenever she works from home.

“I’m still writing, but the good thing is I now have an open door policy,” Kaling said. “Unless I’m zooming in on work, she can come in (my room), and the nature of my job is that I can stop five minutes and spend time with her.”

News Source and Credit :- USA Today

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