She has the body and looks that can make many women envious and she also features in the 2016 swimwear edition of Sports Illustrated but presenter/model Chrissy Teigen has revealed that she was actually going through IVF treatment at the time of the shoot that took place in Zanzibar.
“I was getting my shots and everything in Zanzibar, I had a little medical kit. ‘It was hard because you bloat from it, and you bruise – if I hit the wrong area. That’s the kind of things we had to cover with makeup.”
Now expecting a baby girl in April with husband John Legend, the 30-year-old says despite the fact many choose to pose for a shoot during their pregnancy, it’s not something she would do for her own personal use but she would take the time to consider doing something like that for a magazine — if it was for the right one.
“John and I aren’t the kind of people to have a photo of ourselves in our house, like embracing the pregnant and naked thing. But if it were for a cool magazine and beautifully done, I would do that…[Sports Illustrated Swim Edition], I would have definitely done pregnant!”
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Giuliana Rancic says she is fed up of people saying that the reason she is unable to conceive a child is due to her being skinny. Hitting back at those ‘ignorant people,’ she said:
‘It’s unbelievable to me the amount of ignorant comments [that] come in. Rachel Zoe is pregnant! To all the haters, get informed! Go Google it…it has nothing to do with anything. There are thin girls with infertility issues, normal-sized girls with infertility issues and overweight girls with infertility issues. Unless your doctor tells you your weight is affecting you in some way…once the doctor rules it out, that’s really not it.
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After sadly suffering a miscarriage back in October, Bill and Giuliana Rancic are giving IVF another try. The procedure can sometimes be compared to riding the storm with Giuliana receiving over 60 shots a month in a bid to get pregnant. Speaking at the launch of the new Volkwagon EOS on Tuesday, November 16th, she said:
“Sometimes I have to get [injections] 21 days in a row, three times a day. It’s a lot. But you’ve got to do it.”
And while the couple haven’t given up hope that IVF will work, they have left themselves open to other options in the future if all else fails.
“We’ve gotten probably 40 women who have offered to be surrogates [and] the other day I got an email saying, ‘My niece is having a baby, and she’s giving it up for adoption and we’d like to give it up to you. It’s just amazing how many people are incredibly generous and so giving.”
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GMTV weathergirl Clare Nasir appears in New magazine with her gorgeous baby daughter Sienna Clare, 9 weeks, and talks about what a miracle her little girl is. She married husband Chris Hawkins in 2005 and the pair soon got started on trying for a family. But after numerous disappointments and failed fertility treatment, the pair finally got what they wished for last year when Clare found out she was expecting.
Sienna was born 7 weeks early on November 11th 2009 after a very difficult pregnancy. After spending five weeks in the special care baby unit at University College Hospital in London she was finally able to go home with her proud parents at Christmas.
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Most parents-to-be are excited about the new lives they’re about to bring in to the world, but none more so than Eastenders actress Jo Joyner and her husband Neil Madden, who, after trying for children for over 3 years, took the brave decision to undertake IVF — and on their first attempt were blessed with twins! Jo and Neil recently spoke about their emotional rollercoaster ride, the pregnancy and how they can’t wait to meet their babies at Christmas.
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