Even the lives of the biggest American stars are not always game and fairy tale, and there are some celebrities whose childhood has certainly not gone smoothly. We collected a celebrity whose child was conceived in a flask.The Jubilee Monica, Courteney Cox, fought hard to have a baby. Although the bar became pregnant several times, they ended up aborted, it turned out to be a rare antibody in the blood, causing tragedies.
With his ex-boyfriend David Arquette, the flask program was born in 2004, thanks to Coco Riley, the third rookie.
Interestingly, Monic and Chandler had no children in the series, and the couple received twins.
Marcia Cross, a protagonist of the Born Forces, turned to artificial fertilization in her early forties, after struggling for years to have a baby. As it turned out, she and her husband both had health issues that made it almost impossible to have a child. "There are other couples after the wedding, but we spent our most romantic minutes on top of the Petri dish," he said in an interview. "It was very, very difficult. It was also a huge burden on the relationship, costly and painful. However, it was worth all the suffering!" The twin sisters Eden and Savannah celebrated their 10th birthday.
Also featured in the flask program are the famous singer, Celine Dion, and her late husband René Angelil, who used to play for years, but were not born. Their little boy, René-Charles, was born in 2001 with the help of artificial fertilization. And in 2010, another terrific announcement was made: Celine wears twins under her heart after six fertilization procedures. One of the newer boys was named Eddy after Dion's favorite songwriter, Eddy Marnay, and the other became Nelson, courtesy of singer Nelson Mandela.
Brooke Shields was 36 years old when she became pregnant with artificial fertilization. The acne had previously removed cervical cells from her cervix, and then the idea of childbirth began to take her seriously. During the flask program, the seventh rally was successful, after which her baby Rowan Francis Henchy was born. His second girl, however, Grier conceived for some natural way.
Habber tried to keep it secret for so long, and so did Mariah Carey's children. An earlier pregnancy of the diva ended in 2008 with a divorce, but her twins - a girl and a son - were born on April 30, 2011 in Los Angeles.
Among the children, the girl was named Monroe Cannon and the son Moroccan Scott Cannon. The name "Moroccan" came from the fact that a part of Mariah's New York apartment was furnished in Moroccan style, and her husband Nick at the time asked for Mariah's hand. "Scott" Nick Cannon's middle name and grandmother's leading name. Monroe was named after Marilyn Monroe, who was admired by Mariah; she didn't get a second first name because she didn't have Mariah either.