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How surrogates help celebrities

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When the Hollywood spotlight dims and the red carpet rolled away after a star-studded soiree, celebrities are stripped of the glamour around them.  After all, it’s a job.

Like other couples, some personalities have been affected by infertility for a variety of reasons.

While several are unable to conceive or carry a baby to full-term, some women have been stricken with an illness such as uterine or ovarian cancer.  Others may have been exposed to large amounts of radiation during another type of cancer treatment or undergone a partial or full hysterectomy which renders them infertile.

There is an array of reasons.

When infertility treatments fail or if they are unable to even be an option, some turn to surrogates to fulfill their parenting wishes. Their yearning to have a child tugs at their very core.

And the same holds true for gay couples, especially men, who want to be daddies.

For years, famous couples have realized that a miracle awaits them to either help start or expand their family.

Surrogates have the will and passion to help deliver these special babies into loving arms. Already mothers, surrogates can’t imagine a couple, famous or not, being without a child since it brings a family such pure, memorable joy.

Some celebrity couples who have turned to surrogates to make their parenting dreams come true include:

  • Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
  • Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka
  • Giuliana and Bill Rancic
  • Angela Bassett and Courtney B. Vance
  • Elton John and David Furnish

On Australia’s 60 Minutes, Nicole Kidman said in her interview, “The love I felt for our gestational surrogate carrier — she was the most wonderful woman to do this for us. I get emotional talking about it because I am so grateful to her.”

Every day, surrogate mothers give an incredible gift of unconditional love.

For those interested in learning more about becoming a surrogate and its generous compensation, please visit our contact page or call 760-438-2265 to speak with one of our caring specialists at Extraordinary Conceptions.

By |2017-07-22T19:09:41+00:00May 26th, 2014|LGBT Family Services, Surrogate, surrogate mother|0 Comments