Brooklyn Decker Hilariously Shuts Down Mom's Request for More Grandchildren
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The 'Grace and Frankie' star jokingly describes her mother Tessa as 'out of control' after the latter chimes in on the actress' flirty Instagram post with her husband Andy Roddick.

AceShowbiz - Two children are apparently enough for Brooklyn Decker. Two years after giving birth to her second child with husband Andy Roddick, the model-turned-actress has hilariously shut down her mother's online request for more grandchildren.

The epic banter took place after the former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model uploaded a photo of her retired tennis star husband reading in front of a roaring fireplace. In the accompanying caption of the snap, she wrote, "It's like he's TRYING to seduce me."

Noticing Brooklyn's flirty post, her mother Tessa came up with a cheeky comment that read, "Yes!! More grand babies please." She added a baby and a heart emoji in her comment, prompting Brooklyn to respond back, "Ew, mom." When Comments by Celebs posted the funny interaction, the "Just Go With It" actress joked further, "Someone please report my mom she is out of control."

Brooklyn's interaction with her mother has got the Internet torn. One user sided with Tessa, saying, "sorry B. I'm with your mom." Another praised Tessa's comment as "the most grandma response ever, love it!!" A third, on the other hand, deemed Brooklyn's reaction "brilliant reply." Meanwhile, a fourth simply enjoyed the banter, writing, "omg. I never comment, but this made me laugh so hard!!!"

Brooklyn has been married to Andy since April 2009, and share 4-year-old son Hank and 2-year-old daughter Stevie with him. Back in 2018, she opened up about the hardship of motherhood. "It's super exhausting," she told Dannijo. "The biggest thing - and I'm trying to be more forgiving of myself and this may not be everyone's experience - but as a mom, you constantly feel like you're letting someone down."

"Either you're letting your kids down because you're working or you're letting your co-workers down because you're with your kids, or you're letting down your husband because you have to travel, and he's there manning the children," she continued. "You constantly feel like you're letting someone down, and I don't think that mom guilt goes away from what I've heard from friends."

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