Nikki Sixx & Wife Used IVF To Conceive Miracle Baby After Vasectomy
Nikki Sixx and his pregnant wife Courtney conceived their miracle baby via IVF, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
The Mötley Crüe rocker, 60, and the former supermodel, 33, turned to the treatment after the artist underwent a vasectomy in 2007, as he revealed during an interview on The Howard Stern Show.
At the time of his procedure, Nikki "wanted to prevent having more kids" because he was going through a messy divorce with second wife Donna D’errico, who he had one child with. Prior to his marriage to D'errico, Nikki was married to former Playboy Playmate Brandi Brandt, who he fathered three children with.
During the interview, the music legend told Stern that he would “no longer have to travel with a diaper bag!”
But according to a source, all that changed when he married Courtney in 2014 — following a two-year engagement.
“Nikki knew that Courtney wanted to have children of their own," the informant told RadarOnline.com exclusively. "And he told her he would do whatever it takes to make her dreams of becoming a mother come true.”
“After having a vasectomy, the only way that he could give her the baby she wanted was to have a vasectomy reversal or use IVF to conceive,” the insider told RadarOnline.com, adding that they plan to have “several more kids together!”
On January 15, 2019 RadarOnline.com was the first to break the news that Courtney was several months pregnant after she posted a photo on Instagram showing a massive baby bump. She removed the post shortly thereafter.
Following the news, Us Weekly Magazine spoke to the pregnant DIY expert about her upcoming bundle of joy!
“We are over the moon excited to be having a baby! Nikki is going to be the most amazing dad in the world because he already is,” she told the outlet.
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