Ali Wentworth and George Stephenopolos are relationship goals, and we love seeing the pair share pictures of each other on social media, or even appearing together on TV shows.
But mom-of-two Ali, 58, has now shared the one thing she’ll never do with husband George - have him as a guest on her podcast, Go Ask Ali.
Speaking to HELLO! at the 33rd Annual Colleagues Spring Luncheon and Oscar de la Renta Fashion Show on Tuesday April 25, Ali shared how she doesn't want the 62-year-old on as a guest, quipping: "I am not sure what we would talk about!"
From Amy Schumer to Brooke Shields and Naomi Watts, the podcast has been entertaining and educating fans for three seasons and Ali feels "incredibly lucky" to have had the guests she's welcomed so far.
As for next season? "We have Jerry Seinfeld who I am so excited about!" Ali appeared in one of the more memorable Seinfeld episodes as the titular character's girlfriend Sheila - also known as 'Schmoopie' - and the pair have been good friends for years.
Ali's podcast has been running since 2020 and is in its third season. In the popular show, she talks to experts, friends and celebrities about modern life.
She has shared many personal stories of her own during the seasons of her podcast show too, including opening up about her firstborn, Elliott, flying the nest to attend college, and how it impacted their family dynamics.
George and Ali are also parents to 17-year-old daughter Harper, who will be moving out of the family home later this year herself. But while George and Ali prefer to keep their daughters out of the spotlight, Elliott and Harper made a rare public appearance at the end of March as they stepped out in New York City with their famous parents to attend the Pretty Baby premiere.
The famous couple's production company, Bedbyeight, had produced the documentary, and so it was a family affair. Pretty Baby focused on the life of their good friend, Brooke Shields, as she looks back over the pivotal moments in her life, while exploring her role in a society that sexualises young women and girls.
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