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Celebrities Who Used Surrogate Mothers

Celebrities Who Used Surrogate Mothers

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Giuliana Rancic and husband Bill have welcomed their first child, a son named Edward Duke. The boy was born via surrogate following Rancic's long struggle with infertility.

After Giuliana underwent multiple failed IVF treatments, suffered a miscarriage and won a battle with breast cancer, the Rancics decided to seek out a gestational carrier. 

They aren't the only celebs to take the surrogate route. Here are some other Hollywood moms who chose to do the same.

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Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban

Kidman gave birth to the couple's first daughter, Sunday Rose, in 2008. For their second child, they opted for a gestational carrier and welcomed daughter Faith in 2010. Nicole Kidman also shares two adotpted children, Isabella and Connor, with ex-husband Tom Cruise.

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick

Like Nicole Kidman, Sarah Jessica Parker gave birth to her first child, James. However, when the couple decided to expand their family, they went the surrogate route and welcomed twin girls Tabitha and Loretta.

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Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka

Proud parents of fraternal twins Harper and Gideon, Neil Patrick Harris and partner David Burtka used an anonymous egg donor and a surrogate.

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Elizabeth Banks

In 2011, "The Hunger Games" star Banks and her husband welcomed their son Felix thanks to a surrogate mother.

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Elton John and David Furnish

After an adoption effort fell through, the couple turned to a gestational carrier in 2010 to give birth to their son Zachary.

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Angela Bassett

The actress and her husband turned to surrogacy after trying for many years to have a child together. The are now the biological parents of their fraternal twin boys, Slater and Bronwyn.

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