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Who Welcomed Children Via Surrogates

Pursuing surrogacy! Lance Bass and more celebrities have brought babies into the world with the help of gestational carriers.
The singer and Michael Turchin became parents to twins in October 2021 — but the couple spent three years trying to start their family.
The former ‘NSync member first told Us Weekly exclusively in March 2018 that he wanted a baby with his artist husband within the year, saying, “I don’t think anyone is really prepared to have kids. I think you just have to go with the flow. … We have tons of friends who have gone through the process. We’re interviewing everyone.”
In January of the following year, the Out of Sync author exclusively told Us that they were “on donor No. 7.”
The Mississippi native explained at the time: “I think we broke a record with how many donors we’ve gone through. But it’s looking like this next one is actually going to work. We’re being cautious.”
Bass told Us in March 2020 that the “heartbreaking” IVF attempt had not worked, explaining, “We have tons of friends that are doing IVF, and it was definitely consoling to know that they all went through the same thing we went through. It’s just disappointing. You work so hard for this, you get pregnant and weeks later, it doesn’t stick. But to know that some of your friends have gone through the same thing, you feel like you’re a part of this family. It just makes you feel a little more normal.”
The Dancing With the Stars alum felt that he and the Florida native had “reset” and were prepared to try again.
In June 2021, the pair announced via Instagram that they had a son and daughter on the way. “Coming soon,” the couple wrote at the time.
While awaiting their little ones, Bass exclusively told Us that their “10th donor was the one that worked.”
The ups and downs brought the actor and Turchin “closer together,” he added in August 2021. “I didn’t think that we could love each other more and have a bigger bond, but when you go through an experience of trying to start a family and it’s just not working, it could either tear you apart or bring you closer together. … It was quite the journey.”
From Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to Jimmy Fallon and his wife, Nancy Juvonen, scroll down for details on more famous families who have welcomed their little ones via surrogacy.
Anderson Cooper and Benjamin Maisani
“I am grateful to a remarkable surrogate who carried Wyatt and watched over him lovingly, and tenderly, and gave birth to him,” the CNN anchor captioned photos with his newborn son in April 2020. “It is an extraordinary blessing — what she, and all surrogates give to families who cant have children. My surrogate has a beautiful family of her own, a wonderfully supportive husband and kids, and I am incredibly thankful for all the support they have given Wyatt and me. My family is blessed to have this family in our lives.”
In February 2022, the CNN anchor announced the arrival of his second son with ex Benjamin Maisani via gestational carrier, gushing, “He mostly just sleeps and eats, and he certainly poops, but he already seems like a wise and thoughtful little chap.”
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra
The couple, who wed in 2018, announced the arrival of their first child in January 2022. “We are overjoyed to confirm that we have welcomed a baby via surrogate,” the “Jealous” singer wrote via Instagram at the time. “We respectfully ask for privacy during this special time as we focus on our family.”
Brittany Daniel and Adam Touni
The Sweet Valley High alum welcomed her daughter, Hope, in October 2021 via gestational carrier with the help of her twin sister Cynthia Daniel’s donated egg.
Lance Bass and Michael Turchin
The singer and his husband shared Instagram photos of their twins’ footprints after the infants’ October 2021 arrival via gestational carrier. “The baby dragons have arrived!” Bass gushed at the time.
Tan France and Rob France
“Our Surrogate is doing so great, post labor, and we couldn’t be more grateful for the greatest gift in our lives,” the Queer Eye star wrote via Instagram in August 2021 after son Ismail’s birth.
Amber Heard
In July 2021, Us Weekly confirmed the actress welcomed a daughter, Oonagh Paige. She later confirmed the news via Instagram. “Four years ago, I decided I wanted to have a child. I wanted to do it on my own terms. I now appreciate how radical it is for us as women to think about one of the most fundamental parts of our destinies in this way. I hope we arrive at a point in which it’s normalized to not want a ring in order to have a crib,” Heard wrote at the time. “A part of me wants to uphold that my private life is none of anyone’s business. I also get that the nature of my job compels me to take control of this. My daughter was born on April 8, 2021. Her name is Oonagh Paige Heard. She’s the beginning of the rest of my life.”
Kristen Welker and John Hughes
The journalist described her daughter Margot’s birth experience via surrogate in June 2021, telling her Today show cohosts: “We stayed in rooms next to each other and visited throughout so that we and little Margot could thank her for bringing Margot into the world.” Welker helped catch the infant, while her husband cut the cord.
Jen Atkin and Mike Rosenthal
The celebrity hairstylist debuted her baby boy, River, in March 2021, joking via Instagram that she was “good at keeping secrets.”
Hilaria Baldwin and Alec Baldwin
The couple announced in March 2021 that they had welcomed their sixth child together via surrogate, Us confirmed.
Kristen Wiig
Us broke the news in June 2020 that the Bridesmaids star and fiancé Avi Rothman welcomed twins via surrogate earlier in the year. The news came one month after Wiig hinted that she had become a mother while hosting Saturday Night Live, saying, “I’m so thankful for all the things [my mom’s] taught me, like preparing me to be a mom myself.”
Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden
Us confirmed in January 2020 that the couple had welcomed their daughter, Raddix, via surrogate. “Cameron feels like this baby is truly a miracle,” a source told Us at the time.
Kandi Burruss
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star and her husband, Todd Tucker, welcomed their daughter Blaze via gestational carrier in November 2019. Ahead of the little one’s birth, the Bravo personality explained to Us exclusively: “Because I’m not physically seeing my body change, it’s like [I] don’t keep track of the time the same. Like, I should have had my baby’s room together a long time ago! I’m just judging it by when I see [my surrogate] … and I’m like, ‘Wow, OK. We’re getting there.’ But it took a long time for her to show. So it was like, ‘I got more time than I need!’ And now I’m like, ‘Whoa, we’re in a rush right now.’”
Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef
The couple debuted Renn Martin-Yosef in October 2019. The little one joined Lucia and twins Valentino and Matteo.
Andy Cohen
The Real Housewives producer revealed in December 2018 that he hired a surrogate to carry his child. “I want you to be the first to know that after many years of careful deliberation, fair amount of prayers and the benefit of science, if all goes according to plan, in about six weeks time, I’m going to become a father thanks to a wonderful surrogate who is carrying my future,” Cohen told Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen viewers at the time, noting that family is “everything” to him. The host welcomed his son, Benjamin Allen, in February 2019.
Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent
The happy couple announced the news of their expanding family in a post via their Facebook page. “While we can’t share much, we can say that thanks to a surrogate and the support of those we love we will officially be a family in the spring of 2015!” They are now parents to daughter Poppy Brent-Berkus.
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade
The couple surprised fans in November 2018 after they revealed they secretly welcomed a baby girl via surrogate. “We are sleepless and delirious but so excited to share that our miracle baby arrived last night via surrogate,” Union, who previously opened up about her fertility struggles, gushed on Instagram at the time. “And 11/7 will forever be etched in our hearts as the most loveliest of all the lovely days. Welcome to the party sweet girl! #onelastdance #skintoskin @dwyanewade.”
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and her rapper husband welcomed their third child, Chicago, via surrogate on January 15, 2018. Their son arrived in May 2019 via gestational carrier. The couple made this decision after Kim suffered a potentially life-threatening condition called placenta accreta during both previous pregnancies. The two also share son, Saint, and daughter, North.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
Following what she called a “roller coaster ride with fertility,” the actress and her country crooner husband welcomed their second daughter, Faith Margaret, via a surrogate in December 2010. “She was the most wonderful woman to do this for us,” Kidman said of the woman who carried their child.
Jimmy Fallon and Nancy Juvonen
The late-night talk show host and his wife have two kids via surrogacy. They welcomed their first daughter, Winnie, in 2013, and second baby girl, Frances, in 2014. “My wife and I had been trying a while to have a baby,” Fallon said in an August 2013 interview on the Today show. “We tried a bunch of things – so we had a surrogate.”
Amy Smart and Carter Oosterhouse
One month after the couple announced the happy news of the arrival of their baby girl, Flora, Smart took to Instagram to thank her surrogate. “One month ago today, Dec. 26th our amazing beautiful daughter came into this world,” she captioned an adorable pic in January 2017. “Feeling so grateful to have her in my arms… after years of fertility struggles I give thanks today to our kind, loving surrogate for carrying her. 🙏🏼✨🌸 @carterooster.
Lucy Liu
The proud mom welcomed her son in August 2015. “I can confirm that Lucy Liu is the proud mother of Rockwell Lloyd Liu, brought into the world via gestational carrier,” a rep for the actress told Us Weekly at the time. “Mom and baby are healthy and happy.”
Jordana Brewster and Andrew Form
Brewster and Form are the proud parents of two children — both born via surrogate — sons Rowan and Julian. The Fast and Furious actress opened up to Yahoo! Parenting in October 2016 about her decision. “I didn’t really have a choice about being open, since it was obvious I wasn’t pregnant. For me it wasn’t a choice; I needed to use a surrogate,” she said at the time.
Tyra Banks
The supermodel, who had been vocal about her struggle to conceive, finally welcomed her “miracle baby,” York, via surrogate in January 2016. “As we thank the angel of a woman that carried our miracle baby boy for us, we pray for everyone who struggles to reach this joyous milestone,” she captioned a picture of a little hat.
Giuliana and Bill Rancic
After multiple failed IVF attempts and a miscarriage, the E! alum and her Apprentice husband announced the exciting news that they made the decision to use a gestational surrogate to carry their child. “The baby is 100 percent genetically ours,” Bill told Us Weekly at the time. “It’s our embryo.” The two welcomed son Duke in August 2012.
Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman
The Hunger Games actress and her husband welcomed both of their children, Magnus and Felix, through surrogacy. Banks opened up about her decision in a February 2012 issue of Lucky magazine.”It was a womb issue for me. Embryos wouldn’t implant,” she said at the time. “It’s a big leap, inviting this person into your life to do this amazing, important thing for you. And it’s hard losing that kind of control. But our surrogate is so extraordinary, and she’s still in our lives. She like an auntie.”
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