Celebrities Who Got Pregnant After The Age of 40
Being pregnant at an early age or over the age of 40 is risky. Consequences include miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, baby being born hydrocephalic, or has Down Syndrome, caesarian and danger on the health of the mother as well as the fetus.
I'm perusing over the internet articles on how celebrities fare in their late pregnancies because I plan to add another member in the family at this age of mine now (probably around 40-45 age). That is if menopause won't come during these years.
In this hub, I list a few number of famous celebrities who gave birth over the age of 40. Most of these celebrities had opted in-vitro fertilization, which I can't afford to fork out money for that costly process. Some pregnancies of these celebrities were successful at first, or in the end; others are not, which is obvious-- there's the big risk in late pregnancies.
Celine Dion, a five-time Grammy Award winner, gave birth to healthy twin boys via C-section at the age of 42 at St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, Oct. 24, 2010. Less than a year before this pregnancy, she had a tragic miscarriage. Her twin boys' are named Eddy & Nelson.
Her 1st child with husband Rene Angelil, 68 years old, is named Rene-Charles, who was born in 2001. The singer had undergone 6 in-vitro fertilization attempts.
She gave birth to two biological children – Lourdes, daughter of Carlos Leon, a personal trainer, at the age 38, and Rocco, son of her ex-husband, Guy Ritchie, at age 41. Before, she adopted children before giving birth to her own.
She gave birth to her first child, Sunday Rose, at the age of 40 with her husband, Keith Urban. She has adopted children with former husband, Tom Cruise. She had a miscarriage while she was married to Cruise.
She gave birth to her son, Jack at age 42. Three years later, she welcomed another son, Miles, at age 45.
She had undergone seven rounds of in vitro fertilization treatments. After these treatments, she gave birth to her first child, Rowan, at age 37. At the age of 40, she naturally conceived her daughter, Grier, with husband Chris Henchy.
She spent several years trying to have a baby. She opted for in vitro fertilization treatments. Her long-time wish finally came true in 1999 – she and her partner Greg Wise became proud parents of daughter, Gaia.
An Oscar-award winning actress, gave birth to her first kid, Makenalei Gordon in May 2004, with boyfriend, Matthew Carnahan.
Ex-wife of singer Mick Jagger, The Rolling Stones’ lead singer, gave birth to the last of her four children, Gabriel, at 41.
She gave birth to her similarly redheaded second child, Liv Helen, at age 41.
A star in Desperate Wives, gave birth to fraternal twins, Eden and Savannah, at age 44, with husband, Tom Mahoney, in February 2007
She is already a mother of four at the age of 45. She underwent fertility treatments in her mid-40s after her divorce with former husband. She and her current husband, director James Keach, welcomed twins, Johnny and Kristopher in 1995.
She suffered through nearly three dozen negative pregnancy tests before giving birth to her first child, Nahla, when she was 41 years old then. . She hoped to have another child with her French-Canadian model, boyfriend, Gabriel Aubry
She gave birth to her first child, Valentina Paloma, at age 41, in September 2007 with her then-fiance, French billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault. They later married in April 2009.
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