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How Many Kids Does Jimmy Fallon Have?

Everybody loves the host of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” for his quick wit and hilarious interviews with celebrities and known personalities. However, fans are always curious to learn more about his personal life, especially his kids, since Jimmy Fallon tends to avoid sharing posts about his little ones too often. The TV show host has two adorable daughters: 10-year-old Winnie Rose and 9-year-old Frances Cole.

Everything we know about Jimmy Fallon’s kids 

The award-winning television show host, Jimmy Fallon, has ruled people’s hearts since 2014. Besides being a celebrated host, he plays another vital role in his personal life—the part of a doting father.

Jimmy married his wife Nancy Juvonen, a Hollywood producer, in 2007. The couple initially tried “a while to have a baby” and even “tried a bunch of things,” but when things did not work out, they opted for surrogacy (via Hollywood Life). 

The couple decided not to tell anyone about their decision. They thought, “It’d be just more fun if it’s just private.” It was fun indeed, as the firstborn’s arrival surprised everyone, including his co-workers. The couple welcomed their elder daughter, Winnie Rose, on July 23, 2013.

Jimmy’s younger daughter, Frances Cole, was also born via surrogate. She was born the following year on December 3, 2014. She weighed “5 lbs., 11 oz. and is 18.5 inches long” at the time of birth (via People). 

In 2018, Jimmy Fallon told People that his kids are very close. The TV show host said, “They’re totally pals…They’re automatic best friends because they’re around each other all day long.” Jimmy believes that “being a father is the most exciting, amazing thing that ever happened” to him.

Jimmy has always avoided “sharenting”—the act of frequently posting about your kids’ personal lives on social media. However, fans have seen much of his two daughters since the host of “The Tonight Show” began filming the “At Home Edition” of his talk show due to the COVID pandemic.

From talking about losing their teeth to playing for Jimmy’s regular night house band “The Roots,” the girls were hands-on and helped their dad in every way possible. 

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Even Jimmy admitted that the lockdown has strengthened his bond with his daughters. In an interview with the outlet in March 2021, Jimmy said, “I really bonded with my daughters during [lockdown] because I was never normally home that long…I think there was a real bond there that we’ll never forget.”

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