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The Joy and The Trauma of Carrying a Celebrity's Baby

Co Founder of Modernly Ever After Aria Simuel
Aria Simuel - Co Founder of Modernly Ever After. Photo Credit:

Carrying a baby for a celebrity has seemed to become one of the most talked about topics for the last few months. As Paris Hilton has joined the growing list of celebrities who publicly announced they have welcomed their baby via/Surrogacy.

A few other celebrities who publicly acknowledged welcoming a baby via Surrogacy:

  • Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra

  • Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick

  • Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade

  • Andy Cohen

  • Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

  • Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson

  • Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban

  • Tan France

  • Elon Musk and Grimes

  • Anderson Cooper

  • Cameron Diaz

  • Jimmy Fallon and Nancy Juvonen

  • Ricky Martin

  • Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker

"Celebrities may be more open about surrogacy now, but it's been going on for years," says Aria Simuel, who runs Modernly Ever After, a VIP surrogacy agency in California. She and her business partner have both been surrogates themselves, so understand the challenges. (Source: BBC News)

Being a high-profile or celebrity Surrogate can be both joyous and traumatic. On one hand, surrogacy provides the opportunity to bring new life into the world and create a family for those who may otherwise be unable to do so. On the other hand, the pressure and scrutiny that comes with carrying a celebrity's baby can take a toll on the surrogate's mental and emotional well-being.

The joy of surrogacy starts with the excitement of creating life. Surrogates have the opportunity to bring a new baby into the world, and for many, it is a fulfilling experience. They get to experience pregnancy and all the milestones that come with it, from feeling the baby's first kick to hearing the heartbeat for the first time.

Additionally, the financial compensation that comes with surrogacy can be life-changing for many families. This can provide a financial boost and help with expenses as seen fit.

However, the downside of surrogacy for a celebrity is the intense public scrutiny and media attention If the Surrogates identity is known or leaked. Celebrity surrogacies are often splashed across the front pages of magazines and the subject of endless gossip and speculation. This can be overwhelming and stressful for the surrogate, who may feel like their privacy and personal life is being invaded.

Furthermore, the expectations of carrying a celebrity's baby can be intense. Surrogates may feel pressure to meet certain physical and emotional standards, making them feel like they are under a microscope. This can lead to anxiety and stress, which can negatively impact both the surrogate and the pregnancy.

Which is why it is imperative that high-profile and VIP Surrogates must also undergo a series of screenings, including; background checks, health and psychological evaluations.

A high-profile intended parent can come with business managers, assistants, head of security, that can be very intimidating for a surrogate. Utilizing a Surrogacy Agency such as Modernly Ever After, instead of going the independent route may be best for all parties involved. A good surrogacy agency will manage the relationship and journey; checking that the surrogate is comfortable and always advocating for her while also making sure the intended parent remains involved in their modern journey to expanding their family.

We hope each surrogacy journey can be a joyous experience for all parties, but we know it can come with its own set of challenges and difficulties. Surrogates and Intended Parents must weigh the pros and cons of surrogacy and be prepared for the risk that comes with any pregnancy and the intense public scrutiny that may often come with it.

Modernly Ever After is here to protect and guide both Intended Parents and Surrogates through their journey whether the individuals are high-profile/celebrities or normal everyday people.

Click here to begin your journey to parenthood or expanding your family.

Click here to begin your Surrogacy journey.

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