Celebrities. They may not be anything like us most of the time, but sometimes, they do face similar issues just like we all do. Read on for more info on ten celebs who have admitted to fertility difficulties. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
Love her or hate her, Kim is an open book. This is especially true when it comes to her fertility issues, and she has been very outspoken about the fact that she was told she would never conceive a baby. Her daughter North West is now almost two.
Although she recently expressed that she would love to have another baby and “prays every month that she’s pregnant”, Nicole Kidman has been very open about having fertility issues. After having a very hard time conceiving, she gave birth to daughter Sunday Rose, and later chose a gestational carrier for her now two-year-old daughter, Faith Margaret.
Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon pursued fertility treatments in order to get pregnant, and twins Moroccan and Monroe, now 2 were born via a high-risk pregnancy when Mariah was 40.
The “Hunger Games” star has been very open talking about her infertility issues and struggled for years to get pregnant before conceiving via a gestational surrogate. Her son Felix was born in 2011.
Sarah Jessica and hubby Matthew Broderick experienced secondary infertility when they decided to have a baby brother or sister for son James Wilkie, now 10. Via gestational surrogate, her twins Marion and Tabitha were born in 2009.
The “Desperate Housewives” actress has been very outspoken about her fertility struggles. She tried to get pregnant via a sperm donor, and also tried adoption before she was married. After she got married she pursued in vitro fertilization instead of a honeymoon, and twins Eden and Savannah were born in 2007.
Giuliana is probably one of the most outspoken celebrities when it comes to infertility. Along with husband Bill, their fertility struggles were documented on their reality tv show. Their beautiful baby Edward is now almost two.
Just like Monica did on “Friends”, Courtney struggled with miscarriages before getting pregnant with Coco in 2004. She also admitted that it took several rounds of IVF before she conceived.
Hugh Jackman and wife Deborra Lee Furness tried for years to conceive before they decided to adopt. They are now proud parents to son Oscar, 7, and Ava, 2.
The funnyman and “Tonight Show” host welcomed baby Winnie with his wife via a gestational surrogate last year, and just last week announced that a second daughter, Frances Cole, was born via gestational surrogate on December 3rd. Big congrats to Jimmy and his wife!