Everyone is fond of babies but apparently, “Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco is not one of them. Fans of the CBS hit series are thrilled to see Howard and Bernadette Wolowitz’s baby but not Cuoco.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the actress was asked if she is excited to be working with possible twins on the set. Cuoco, who plays Penny in the show, bluntly replied: “No, I’m not.”

She then added, “Twins? Really?! Oh wait, yeah, because they have to get multiples. Oh, god!” after realizing the possibility of more than one baby could be crawling around the set of “Big Bang Theory.”

The actress even stressed her rule on set or at work – “No dogs and no babies.” Cuoco revealed that she has a better idea to delay the coming of the Holowitz’s bundle of joy. She said Bernadette can be pregnant for three seasons so the show will be free of the baby for couple more years.

Jim Parsons, meanwhile, said he is fine with the addition of a little person in the 10th season of the No. 1 comedy show on television. Parsons, who portrays Dr. Sheldon Cooper, said that the baby is fine with him as long as it is not his child.

Executive producer Steve Molaro earlier revealed that Bernadette, played by Melissa Rauch, will have the baby bump all throughout the upcoming season and their little one will be born at the end of season 10.

Molaro has confirmed to TV Line that the creative team agreed that there is no need to rush Bernadette’s pregnancy. He said the team would want to “roll out” the pregnancy of Holowitz’s wife in a similar time frame as in real life.

The producer also assured that the new addition to the show will not take the fun in the award-winning show. Molaro said it will be Penny who could seriously alter the dynamics of the show.

Meanwhile, rumors that Cuoco and Johnny Galecki, who plays Dr. Leonard Hofstadter and Penny’s husband, are leaving the hit TV show.  The contracts of both actors are set to expire at the end of season 10.

“The Big Bang Theory” Season 10 is expected to roll on the small screen on Oct. 27.