Howard Stern's Wife Beth: His Manhood 'Keeps Me Very Happy'

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Beth Stern stops by Access Hollywood Live on April 29, 2013 -- Access Hollywood
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Beth Stern stops by Access Hollywood Live on April 29, 2013 -- Access Hollywood

Howard Stern is often the butt of his own joke when it comes to the size of his manhood, but wife Beth Stern says what the "America's Got Talent" judge is packing always puts a smile on her face!

The shock jock /"AGT" judge confessed his shortcomings last week to Billy Bush and Kit Hoover.

"When I'm really fully aroused, three inches," Howard said of his manhood.

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On Monday's Access Hollywood Live , Beth didn't comment on Howard's size, but said she's never disappointed.

"He does that to himself he always talks about that," Beth said. "It keeps me very happy, his penis. How's that for you?!"

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Despite his raucous public persona, Beth said life at home with Howard is quite mellow.

"Everybody thinks, 'Oh you're married to Howard Stern... You must be laughing all the time.' Yes, we are laughing all the time, but our lives together, it is not crazy," the "Spoiled Rotten Pets" host and animal advocate said. "We go to bed at 8 o'clock at night, even on the weekend, just because that's our schedule. He gets up early for his radio show. We are definitely not wild and crazy."

But could the couple of almost 14 years be getting a little crazier by adding to their family?

"I'm turning 41 in July. I feel like that door is closing. We really talked about it and considered it last year and the year before, but I think we're really fine without children," she told Billy and Kit. "I have my animals, we have the greatest life and I don't see us having children - never say never - but I really don't see it."

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"Spoiled Rotten Pets" airs Fridays on Nat Geo Wild at 9 PM.

-- Jesse Spero

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