Tyra Banks Describes Painful IVF Treatments During Emotional Chat With Chrissy …

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Chrissy Teigen thanks supportive fans during infertility battle.

Our all-social-media-all-the-time world gets a bad rap for being narcissistic, exhibitionist and sometimes straight-up obnoxious — but occasionally a lot of good can come out of our over-sharing.These days, it seems like you can’t go online without seeing some news about Hollywood’s favorite it-couple — Chrissy Teigen and John Legend — and we wouldn’t have it any other way.America’s Almost Bizarrely Perfect Couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen seem busy enough as it is, what with writing staggeringly romantic songs about each other, frequenting Waffle House with Kim and Kanye, and eating chicken wings off of each other’s bodies.

The 29-year-old model took to Twitter and wrote, “Regarding the IVF business, I have never gotten so many kind, encouraging words in my life,” reports E! But it turns out the R&B singer and the supermodel-cum-TV-personality-cum-master-chef have a surprise project up their sleeves: Legend and Teigen are producing a sitcom called Ordinary People, which has just been set up at ABC with a put pilot commitment. Teigen, 29, has been married to singer John Legend for two years, but together with him for 10, and said she is asked about it in interviews all the time. Even better, the pair LOVES to share their most intimate and personal moments through social media, giving us a sneak peek of their lives behind closed doors.

From their exotic vacations and mouthwatering cookbook-creation sessions to hanging with Kimye and sharing tequila-fueled nude photos, Chrissy and John define our #RelationshipGoals and hold us to a standard we didn’t know was possible. Banks said that in her 20s, she constantly said she would have kids “in three years.” She added, “And then, after a while, it’s like, ‘OK, now I want to, and it’s not so easy.'” Mark Zuckerberg recently revealed he and his wife Priscilla Chan had three miscarriages before getting pregnant with their daughter. “You feel so hopeful when you learn you’re going to have a child,” he wrote. “You start imagining who they’ll become and dreaming of hopes for their future.

Despite its title, the sitcom won’t be an adaptation of Robert Redford’s 1980 movie about a very sad suburban family or of Legend’s 2004 hit of the same name (though executive producer and Black-ish creator Kenya Barris told Buzzfeed the song will “serve a thematic background for the show”). With talk of a primetime sitcom based on the couple’s lives, we collected Chrissy and John’s unforgettable social media moments that would play out perfectly on the small screen: Don’t mind us—we’ll just be stalking Chrissy and John’s Instagram feeds until this show becomes a reality (in a non-creepy way, of course…).

It’ll instead be a single-camera rom-com with “musical elements” loosely inspired by Teigen and Legend’s marriage, which—as everyone who follows the pair on Instagram or to Waffle House knows—is a semi-regular lesson in Relationship Goals. The fact that both women admitted to having difficulty is testament that it can happen to anyone — though, of course, fertility rates do vary with age. It’s a lonely experience.” He added, “In today’s open and connected world, discussing these issues doesn’t distance us; it brings us together.” Here are ten other celebrities who have spoken about their fertility issues, often explaining they hope their candid discussion will help other people facing similar challenges feel less alone. Kidman said she and husband Keith Urban have endured a “rollercoaster ride with fertility.” She told 60 Minutes, “Anyone who’s been in the place of wanting another child or wanting a child knows the disappointment, the pain and the loss that you go through trying. But it will be a part of the show in terms of showing those two worlds colliding and coming together—their issues and their obstacles that [happen inside] their personal relationship.”

I couldn’t get pregnant.” Beyonce spoke about the miscarriage she had before Blue Ivy in her HBO documentary Life Is But a Dream. “I picked out names,” said Beyonce, of when she was first pregnant. “I envisioned what my child would look like.” After she lost the baby she said she wrote “the saddest song” she’s ever written in her life. “And it was the best form of therapy for me, because it was the saddest thing I’ve ever been through.” “I had a really bad experience when I was pregnant with my third,” Gwyneth Paltrow told the Daily Mail’s You magazine. “It didn’t work out and I nearly died.” At the time of the interview, the actress said she was “missing [her] third” and thinking about having another child. Elizabeth Banks has spoken multiple times about how she and her husband used a gestational surrogate to help them have children. “It was a womb issue for me. Their admissions come on the heels of chronic oversharer Kim Kardashian being open about her struggle to conceive a second child with her husband, Kanye West.

Of her surrogate Banks said, “It’s a big leap, inviting this person into your life to do this amazing, important thing for you,” Banks explains. “And it’s hard losing that kind of control. People have always been nosy, of course, and when we see a happy couple it might be instinctive to ask when they’re planning to add a baby to the mix.

I’ve casually asked friends when they plan to have children, or more children, not thinking there might be an issue, and I’ve learned not to do that. If the celebrity admissions about the hardship they’ve experienced in trying to add to their families does anything, perhaps it will make us a little more conscious about the questions we casually ask each other. Something like Jay Z singing about Beyoncé having a miscarriage, before they had their baby Blue Ivy, could go a long way toward people being more open, if they choose to be, about their own struggles. Our Instagram-filtered culture could use a little realness and talking about the process of having children, and how it’s not always so easy, is a big step toward that.

The miscarriage thing — apparently it happens to one in three pregnancies — but it’s very, very rarely talked about,” Hugh Jackman said on Katie when speaking about the miscarriages his wife suffered after undergoing IVF treatments. “It’s almost secretive. It’s more common and it’s tough, there’s a grieving process you have to go through.” The couple went on to adopt two children and Jackman said “all the heartache melted away.”

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