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When There’s A Will There’s A Way! These Celebrities Turned to Surrogacy To Start Their Families

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Jun. 6 2014, Published 1:44 p.m. ET

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Whether they struggled to get pregnant or just couldn’t, celebrities have been using “gestational carriers” to welcome little bundles of joy into their lives.

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Whether they struggled to get pregnant or just couldn’t, celebrities have been using “gestational carriers” to welcome little bundles of joy into their lives.

Sarah Jessica Parker

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The Sex and the City star used a surrogate to give birth to her twins Marion and Tabitha.

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Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka

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Even though they’re famous for their amazing Halloween costumes every year, Neil Patrick Harris and his partner, David Burtka, dress their 3-year-old twins – whom they had via surrogate – to the nines regularly.

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Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman

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Actress Nicole Kidman and singer Keith Urban used a “gestational carrier” for their daughter Faith Margaret.

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Ricky Martin

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The “Livin la Vida Loca” singer also used a gestational carrier to deliver his twin boys, but rejects the term “surrogate.” He told Spanish Vanity Fair "I did not rent a womb…I would give my life to the woman who helped me bring my children into the world.”

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Elizabeth Banks

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Actress Elizabeth Banks has been open with her struggle to become pregnant in the past, telling Us Magazine, “It was a womb issue for me. Embryos wouldn’t implant.” The Hunger Games star used a surrogate to carry and deliver her son Felix.

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Sir Elton John and David Furnish

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Sir Elton John and his husband David Furnish used the same surrogate twice to deliver both Elijah and Zachary.

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Jimmy Fallon

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The Late Night host and his wife struggled for five years before welcoming daughter Winnie via surrogacy.

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Matthew Bomer and Simon Halls

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Matthew Bomer and Simon Halls used a surrogate to start their family.

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Kelsey and Camille Grammer

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Camille and then-husband Kelsey Grammer went the surrogacy route because Camille suffers from Irritable Bowel Syndrome, which could have presented health risks had she attempted to give birth.

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Bill and Giuliana Rancic

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Giuliana and Bill Rancic have always been honest with their fertility struggles, turning to a surrogate to carry and deliver their son, Duke. Sadly, the reality TV couple’s surrogate just suffered a miscarriage, which would’ve been their second child.

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