Kevin Hart Talks Baby No. 3 During SNL Monologue

The Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle star is opening up about fatherhood.

Kevin Hart joked about recently becoming a dad for the third time during his opening monologue on Saturday Night Live on Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017.

"I can admit to everybody that I wasn't excited about having a baby in the beginning...I didn't know if I wanted the baby," Hart said (via Entertainment Tonight). "The reason why: I got two babies already. One's twelve, one's ten."

"I told my wife, those babies are your babies too. She said, 'I know, but they're old, I want new ones," the comedian continued, before joking, "I said, 'Well, first of all, don't talk about my kids like they're used cars. These kids work perfectly fine."

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Hart and his wife, Eniko Parrish, welcomed their first child together, a son named Kenzo, on November 21, 2017. "God is truly amazing," the proud dad tweeted at the time. "Kenzo Kash Hart was born at 1:45am....He is Healthy & already smiling. Thank you all for your prayers!!!! We love & appreciate ya #Harts." 

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The stand-up comedian later gushed about his newborn son. "He looks just like his daddy. He's a very attractive child," he quipped to ET, adding that his little bundle of joy has "strong genes." Hart went on, "I have not changed a diaper. I'm around when the diaper is being changed, which makes me a part of the process within the moment. All you have to do is find other stuff to do while it's going down to keep you busy. That's all." 

"I have no complaints at all — very blessed, very happy," he said of becoming a dad again. "Uh, you know, looking to expand this legacy. Last name Hart lives on. Generations now, we got generations of it."

Hart, 38, and Parrish, 33, married in August 2016 after dating for many years. The two announced they were expecting in May 2017. The actor is also a father to daughter Heaven, 12, and son Hendrix, 10, from his previous marriage to Torrei Hart.