‘Supernanny’ Jo Frost Quits Show to Start Her Own Family
The sixth season, premering Friday, will focus on teen moms because "people think [having children] is really glamorous because magazines are filled with young celebrities and their children... [that] is not the case for the young family in Iowa."
Supernanny Jo Frost is walking away from her TV show after six years on the air to focus on having a family of her own.
"I need to create more balance in my life," the single star - who stays with her father when home in the UK because she hasn't had time to buy a house - tells the New York Post. "[Having children] is not an option when you are traveling and working 46 weeks out of the year. Proper balance will allow me to date and have a relationship and look at my own future of having a family."
Her last season, premering Friday, will focus on the challenges moms in their teens and 20s face.
"People think [having children] is really glamorous because magazines are filled with young celebrities and their children. And that may be the case for them, but it is not the case for the young family in Iowa."
The show has inspired spin-offs in 47 countries.
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