Arie Luyendyk Jr. Says 'No More Babies' After Welcoming Twins with Wife Lauren: 'Vasectomy Time'

Arie Luyendyk Jr. and wife Lauren Burnham Luyendyk welcomed twin babies Senna James and Lux Jacob in June

Lauren & Arie Luyendyk
Arie Luyendyk Jr. with twins Senna and Lux. Photo: Arie Luyendyk Jr./Instagram

Arie Luyendyk Jr. doesn't plan on extending his family anytime soon.

On Tuesday, the former Bachelor, 39, revealed that he is done having children three months after welcoming twin babies Senna James and Lux Jacob with wife Lauren Burnham Luyendyk.

Asked about having "any more babies" during an Instagram Story Q&A, Arie confidently replied, "no, no more babies" while bouncing one of his little ones on his chest.

"Vasectomy time?" Lauren asked the racecar driver, to which he answered affirmatively with a laugh.

"You heard it here first!" teased Lauren.

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Arie and Lauren, who wed in January 2019 after they met on his season of The Bachelor, welcomed their twins on June 11, which they announced on Instagram shortly after. Alongside Senna and Lux, the pair are also parents to daughter Alessi, 2.

Following the arrival of her twins, Lauren faced a few medical setbacks. After Senna's birth, the infant previously spent time in the newborn intensive care unit (NICU) for breathing issues. Lauren, meanwhile, battled a severe case of mastitis in July.

Arie later announced that his wife was back home and "feeling much better" on Instagram. "Thank you for all the well wishes! The fam is back together!" he captioned a photo of Lauren holding their twins.

In a recent YouTube video, Lauren said she'd rather give birth "10 more times" than deal with mastitis again.

Speaking about breastfeeding the twins, she said, "I just really wanted to do it as long as I could."

"When I had to quit I was really upset about it but I knew it was the best decision for them," the mom of three shared. "I didn't feel comfortable giving them breast milk that had antibiotics in it or even an infection, which is kind of gross to even think about."

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