Andrew Garfield opened up about the pressures of having kids and family by 40. The actor shared with GQ he's releasing himself from the "societal obligation," which Ryan Seacrest shared he can relate to.
"All my high school friends, we're all celebrating [turning 40] together," Garfield told GQ. "But it's interesting -- I always thought I was the first to have kids and settle down, and they're all shacked up and a couple of kids deep, for the most part."
Garfield added he has "some guilt around that," but he's following his own path.
"Releasing myself from the societal obligation of procreating by the time I'm 40 has been an interesting thing to do with myself," he explained. "It's more about accepting a different path than what was kind of expected of me from birth. Like, 'by this time, you will have done this, and you will have at least one child' -- that kind of thing."
Seacrest shared on-air he can relate, revealing people, even strangers, stress to him he should have kids and a wife by now.
Listen back to the full convo below for more: