Does Jo Frost From Supernanny Have Kids?

She's every parent's dream and every naughty child's nightmare. Jo Frost is known around the world as "Supernanny," the woman who's been making waves since 2003 by taking on families with challenging children and turning them around, leaving them rested and organized. 

But she's more than just being about making sure children are better behaved — she also helps parents find better ways of communicating with each other and improving the overall family dynamic, leaving them happier and more content in the process. And because she's a whiz at dealing with naughty children and calming desperate adults, people ask: does Supernanny Jo Frost have any children?

Supernanny loves children, but she wasn't in a hurry to have any of her own

Back in 2013, at the age of 41, Jo Frost told the Daily Mail that having children of her own was not (yet) something she had considered. "I'm not there right now," Frost said. "I'm just enjoying my work and my time off, but I don't feel my biological clock ticking... I work a lot with families who adopt children and I'm passionate about adoption. There are so many children out there who need loving homes. So I would absolutely consider adoption. I definitely don't feel that I have to give birth to a child in order to love them and be their mother."

Supernanny needed a timeout from work

By 2015, it became all about trying to keep her relationship with Darrin Jackson together, simply because she was too busy to settle down: "You love what you do, but you love the man that you're with, and you feel constantly torn because you love both," she told Entertainment Tonight. "Darrin is production manager on this show, so he gets to work with us. It almost didn't work! The idea of it not working wasn't an option for me, or for Darrin, but the reality is that you have to live by what you preach as well."

Now that Supernanny is back on TV, we suspect Jo Frost has less time to think about having babies and children of her own now than she did back then. But it could only be a matter of time before Supernanny becomes "Supermummy."