Ashley Graham’s spouse chose to get a vasectomy following the birth of the couple’s twins in 2022.

The model, who is now 35 years old and gave birth to twins Malachi and Roman in January of the previous year, has recently disclosed that her husband, Justin Ervin, later had a vasectomy after the birth of their children.

On the podcast titled “Milk Drunk by Bobbie,” Ashley, who has a three-year-old son named Isaac with the videographer, shared her thoughts as follows: “We have now entered the vasectomy phase, and he is now firing blanks. I’m very grateful that I don’t have to take any pills.”

The dark-haired beauty referred to the vasectomy procedure as “the easiest thing” for male patients to go through. A second topic that Ashley covered was Justin’s rehabilitation after the procedure.

She said: “After that, Justin came shopping with me since he wasn’t feeling well enough to stay in bed. He put the cherry on top.”

In the meanwhile, Ashley had previously compared her experience of raising children while still pursuing a job to “racing a marathon every day.”

The model, who wed Justin in 2010, said that it is challenging to create the proper balance between her professional and personal life.

When asked about the pattern she follows each morning, Ashley revealed the following: “After cleaning my teeth, I head downstairs to brew some coffee and, if I’m hungry, I snack on some fruit or anything else that isn’t too heavy.

“After that, I’ll prepare porridge for my toddler, who is now two years old. He is fixated on it. Even when it is not cooked, he consumes it and refers to it as “small oatmeal.” He refers to oatmeal that has been cooked as “large oatmeal.” Because I don’t know what type of disposition he’s going to be in when he wakes up, I always make sure to have a bowl of cooked cereal and another dish of dry cereal on hand.

“After that, if the twins are still asleep, I try to do a little bit of stretching to get my body warmed up for the day, because taking care of three children while still working is about the same as running a marathon every day. By the time it’s seven in the morning, I’m already on my second cup of coffee.”