Considering surrogacy! Lance Bass and other celebrities have used gestational carriers to give birth to their children.
The singer and Michael Turchin welcomed twins into their family in October 2021, after a three-year struggle to conceive.
"I don't think anyone is truly prepared to have kids," the former 'NSync member told Uswhispers exclusively in March 2018, adding, "I don't think anyone is really prepared to have kids." I believe you must simply go with the flow.... We have a lot of pals who have been through it. "Everyone is being interviewed."
Anna-Marie Campisi and Mursel Mistanoglu
In April 2022, the 90 Day Fiancé alums welcomed their baby son, Gokhan, via surrogate. Campisi entered Ukraine with the support of Project Dynamo, and the baby was born in the midst of Russia's invasion.
"I didn't have to go alone," she said at the time on Instagram. "They planned the logistics, which included getting into Ukraine, finding a safe location to stay while there, and getting around while inside." They stayed by my side the entire time."
Becca Tobin and Zach Martin
The Glee alum captioned her son Ford's February 2022 Instagram debut, "Thank you to our incredible surrogate for delivering him here safely surrounded by so much love."
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra
The pair, who married in 2018, revealed that their first child would arrive in January 2022. The "Jealous" singer posted on Instagram at the time, "We are happy to confirm that we have received a baby via surrogate." "As we focus on our family during this unique time, we respectfully request privacy."
Jen Atkin and Mike Rosenthal
River, the celebrity hairstylist's son, was born in March 2021, and she joked on Instagram that she was "excellent at hiding secrets."
"We have plenty of friends who are doing IVF, and it was absolutely soothing to know that they all went through the same thing we went through," Bass told Us in March 2020, revealing that the "heartbreaking" IVF attempt had failed. It's simply depressing. You work so hard for this, you get pregnant, and then it doesn't stick after a few weeks. However, knowing that some of your pals have gone through similar experiences makes you feel like you're part of a family. It simply helps you feel more at ease."