Caprice confirms she is expecting two babies - one by surrogate
Thursday 13 June 2013
Model, actress and television personality Caprice is expecting a baby just a month after a surrogate mother is expected to give birth for her.
The celebrity learned she was pregnant earlier this year only months after her surrogate confirmed she was carrying a child for her and her partner Ty Comfort.
The couple opted for a gestational surrogacy, where their sperm and egg are used to create an embryo in a laboratory before being transferred to another woman's womb, after being told they were unlikely to conceive naturally.
Caprice, who designs a range of lingerie, said the couple were "delighted" when they discovered the news.
She told The Sun: "Words can't describe the happiness that we felt when we knew we were expecting our two miracle babies."
The babies will both be born in the United States.
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