Health & Fitness Natalie Imbruglia, 46, says she gives her number to women considering IVF
Amy Hart, 28, reveals she is planning solo IVF treatment
The Love Island star, 28, who is single, admitted that she is already planning to use IVF to become a single mother as she is worried her fertility will decline as she gets older. © Provided by Daily Mail ( Speaking to OK! magazine about the possibility of raising a baby on her own, Amy said: 'I was actually talking about having solo IVF next year.'Lots of people say, "Why would you do that – a baby deserves a mum and a dad".'But I've got so many friends that had children with their boyfriends, their fiancés, their husbands and have ended up single mums with dads who want nothing to do with the babies.
said she gives her phone number to women who are considering IVF after becoming a “trailblazer” for the process.
The former Neighbours star, who welcomed her first child, a son called Max, in 2019 using IVF and a sperm donor, said women often seek her out for advice.
Speaking onpodcast , the 46-year-old said: “I think what's important on the journey is to have support.
“So, if I ever meet even strangers at a dinner party and they're talking about wanting to do IVF, I give them my number and say 'ask me anything,' because it would have been really nice to have that.
“And these women well up because there's some kind of weird taboo around it.
Scots mum dying of cancer enjoys fairytale wedding as three-year-old son gives her away
It was a magical day Natalie Sanders thought she would never see after being diagnosed with Grade 4 Metastatic breast cancer in September last year and being told she had only 12 months to live. But thanks to charity Wedding Wish Makers, who launched an appeal for help from kind-hearted vendors, and donations from friends and family the couple had the wedding of their dreams. Natalie, from Coatbridge, said: “It really was the best day of my life, second only to the day our baby was born.
“I think for a lot of women it's kind of like 'oh can I talk to you' and they come up to me like that. It's like I've become a trailblazer and I wasn't even trying to be.”
Natalie, who was 44 when she gave birth to Max, added: “You wouldn't think (there's a taboo) until you're in that situation.
“I felt like I didn't know what I was going to get back at me in terms of judgement.
“But, in the end, I have received nothing but love, nothing but support, nothing but encouragement and that has been really reassuring.”
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The former X Factor judge revealed in July 2019 that she was expecting when she shared a photo of her blossoming bump with fans.
Fairytale wedding fulfils brave young Lanarkshire mum's final wish
Natalie Sanders, who is terminally ill, accompanied down the aisle by three-year-old son as she marries man of her dreamsBrave Natalie Sanders, 30, lit up the room with her beaming smile, looking stunning in an ivory fish-tail gown and crystal encrusted cathedral train, as her eyes focused on teary-eyed Idrees Mohammad, the man she was about to marry.
She wrote: “'No I haven't swallowed a watermelon. I’m expecting my first child this Autumn.
"For those of you that know me, this has been something I have wanted for a very long time and I’m blessed that this is possible with the help of IVF and a sperm donor – I won’t be saying anything more on that publicly.”
After giving birth she shared an adorable photo of the tot holding her finger, telling fans: "Welcome to the world.. Max Valentine Imbruglia....My heart is bursting #myboy."
Stunning Natalie has enjoyed a string of high profile romances over the years including Friends star David Schwimmer, Nigel Godrich of Radiohead and soul legend Lenny Kravitz.
The star met her ex-husband Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns in 1999 and the pair wed in 2003 but split and got divorced in 2008.
Fans of Natalie’s music will be happy to hear the singer is back performing this autumn with gigs around the country and the release of her new album Firebird on 24th September.
You Can Now Keep Your Eggs Frozen for up to 55 Years .
Here's what you need to know about the procedure, from a reproductive professorRight now, after a decade of having one of the above items frozen, you must decide whether to undergo fertility treatment, in the hope of conceiving, or to have the cells destroyed. (This is with the exception of cells that have been stored as a result of medical procedures, such as because you needed to have chemotherapy to treat cancer.