Why Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra and others chose surrogacy

With Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’s announcement on Friday that they welcomed a new daughter through surrogacy, they became the latest celebrity couple to use medical technology and hire a woman. another holds their child.

Chopra, 39, and Jonas, 29, have been candid about the fact that they used surrogates, presumably knowing there would be questions as the actress has not been seen pregnant in over nine months. , but they weren’t about to give birth with an explanation for why they went that route.

“We are delighted to confirm that we have welcomed a baby through a surrogate.” on Instagram. Daily mail report that the baby was born prematurely at 27 weeks so she is still in the hospital. The Daily Mail also cites sources as saying the couple’s busy schedules “have hindered their family plans” so they have gone the route of surrogacy.

Faced with questions about surrogacy or baby birth, the 2018 wedding couple steered clear of them. “We respectfully request privacy during this special time as we focus on our families,” the statement said.

Such questions about surrogacy are inevitable and the answer could be any one of the top reasons people choose surrogacy. According to HealthlineThe reasons people choose surrogates include:

Health problems that prevent a woman from becoming pregnant or carrying a full-term pregnancy.
Infertility problems that prevent couples from getting pregnant or maintaining a pregnancy, such as repeated miscarriages.
– Same-sex couples wishing to have children.
– Single people want to have biological children.

Health line also points out that surrogacy is often expensive and can bring legal and emotional complications. It almost always includes expensive IVF procedures, finding and hiring a woman to carry the baby, paying for her medical care, and hiring an attorney and contracting to make sure it’s not. have a future custody dispute. The Guardian said to give birth through surrogacy can cost around $150,000, and insurance companies don’t cover many of the costs associated with it.

Kim Kardashian has gone public about the medical condition that makes her a full-term pregnancy that is dangerous. She went through pregnancy with her first two children, North and Saint, but she complicated birth process due to accumulation of placenta, a condition in which the placenta attaches too deeply to the wall of the uterus. This condition is thought to put mothers and babies at risk of bleeding that can lead to death.

For that reason, Kardashian and ex-husband Kanye West chose to hire a representative for their third and fourth children, Chicago and Psalm.

Other celebrities who have chosen surrogacy include, according to Insider, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, Amber Heard, Anderson Cooper, Jimmy Fallon and “Grey’s Anatomy” star Ellen Pompeo.

According to Insider, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s twin daughters, Lorette and Tabitha, were both born in 2009 after the couple reportedly struggled to get pregnant following their first child. born. Neil Patrick Harris and David Burkta’s 11-year-old twins, daughter Harper Grace and son Gideon Scott, were born with the help of two different women, as Burtka said in a 2002 interview.

“There was an egg donor, a wonderful woman, but anonymous,” said Burtka. “We took our two best boys and implanted them in her eggs, two different eggs.” That way, they don’t know which twins are biologically theirs, he explains. Then they used another woman instead.

Because surrogacy has helped couples with medical or other needs, The Guardian report in 2019 A growing trend among Hollywood stars and other wealthy people – opting for surrogacy as it is a more convenient way to have children and better suited to women’s busy schedules.

https://www.mercurynews.com/2022/01/21/why-couples-like-nick-jonas-and-priyanka-chopra-choose-surrogacy/ Why Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra and others chose surrogacy

Huynh Nguyen

Huynh Nguyen is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Huynh joined USTimeToday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing admin@ustimetoday.com.

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