Many celebrities have struggled with infertility problems. They were hoping for a chance to have babies as the rest of their parents, but because of some pregnancy risks, they were prevented from such a joy.
Here are 11 celebrities who chose a gestational surrogate to bring a baby to life.
Celebrities: Katey Sagal
The American actress and singer are at the top of our list of celebrities. Sagal managed to go through surrogacy successfully. However, Sagal had had two babies with Jack white before her last relationship with Kurt Sutter, creator of “Sons of Anarchy”.
Sutter has never had his biological children, but he and Sagal went further for this step but without any results. The couple thought of adopting a child, but the idea of surrogacy was stronger then.
The couple experienced the whole in the Vitro fertilization process and their incipient organisms were not so much solid, but they thought, Let’s just try it; And if it’s intended to be, it’s intended to be, States Sagal. After a long struggle, the process of surrogate pregnancy was successful and their Esme was given birth.
She was the third for Sagal and the first for Sutter. Sagal was 52 when she gave birth to her “little miracle” as they used to call her.
Celebrities: Amy Smart
After years of fertility struggles, Amy Smart Finally could have a baby girl via surrogate pregnancy.
Smart and Carter Oosterhouse, her husband, uncovered they’d settled for surrogacy to begin their family with a message of profound appreciation to their surrogate.
The couple chose the road of surrogacy so that they can have a baby. As a result, a beautiful angel, Flora, has illuminated their world.
In December, 26th Amy Smart published her photo with the new member of the family. Smart made sure to deeply thank the surrogate mother.
Celebrities: GloZell Green
The YouTube personality GloZell Green and her husband Kevin Simon reported their battle with their own fertility issues on Awestruck and the go90 web series.
The couple shared their surrogate experience with the rest of the world. Glozell says that she was never embarrassed about her fertility issues as a lot of women were facing the same problem; it was something normal and dealing with it rationally is obviously the right reaction.
After numerous visits to fertility clinics, the couple welcomed a beautiful little baby to the family.
The supermodel and entrepreneur Tyra Banks revealed publically her fertility issues. Banks and her boyfriend, Eric Asla, went through IVF treatments to bring a baby to light.
A few months later, the couple announced the coming of their “miracle little boy” via surrogate.
Banks appreciated the help of the woman who carried their boy, admitting that it is a great sacrifice had been made by her.
Banks The American actress has suffered fertility issues and did not accept the idea of someone else carrying her baby. After talking to many women about the subject, she became kind of flexible about the idea.
She said that once the baby had been in the center of her interests, she forgot about anything else related to the method. She and her husband, Max Handelman, got two youngsters through a surrogate.
Banks is thankful to all the people who have made her change her mind about surrogate because of the pleasure of having babies compare to nothing.
After a long fight with breast cancer, Rancic had to prevent from having babies. However, that never frustrated her, and she thought of alternative solutions to the problem.
She had consulted a lot of people, among whom were experts, about surrogate and she finally made up her mind. Giuliana Rancic chose the way of a surrogate to overcome what destined. Now she has a boy named Duke.
Unfortunately, a lot of other attempts to have other kids were doomed. However, the iron woman never gave up, and she said that adopting a child could a blessing as well.
The late-night host Jimmy Fallon and Nancy Juvonen (Celebrity), his wife, has struggled for five years, trying to get pregnant.
It was an awful experience for the couple as Fallon described it. After deciding to accept the surrogate pregnancy, the couple blessed by having two daughters, Winnie and Frances.
They kept the whole process secret because it was depressing form them when nothing went successfully the first few attempts. However, the couple is experiencing the joy of having babies after a long fight.
The actress, who has always preferred to keep her privacy, revealed in August 2015 that a new member joined the family.
The single mom confirmed that her child was caring via gestational surrogate. She stated that everything has changed and that the experience was of joy to her.
The actress had her second baby via surrogate. She wanted to keep that secret, but she revealed the experience on Jimmy Kimmel a few hours after the announcement of having a new baby.
She said that the surrogate mother had suffered a lot and that they had experienced it together while holding hands. Pompeo was really grateful to her and everything she had done.
The American interior designer, author, and television personality Nate Berkus (Celebrities) and his husband Jeremiah Brent share their experience with the rest of the world of having a baby via surrogate.
The couple posted on Facebook the news of expecting a baby and how happy they were. Berkus thanked publically the woman who carried their little girl. And the spring of 2015 witnessed the coming of their baby.
Sarah Jessica Parker
After having their first baby, the American actress and her husband, Matthew Broderick, in 2002, the couple faced some issues concerning expanding the family.
At the point when James achieved six years old, Parker and Broderick revealed that they were expecting twins through a surrogate. depressing by the inability to have more children, the couple decided to get through this experience so that they can manage to hold a new baby; fortunately, they were two. In 2009, James is no longer alone, Marion and Tabitha surrounded him.