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Nate Berkus & Husband Jeremiah Brent Expecting 1st Child Via Surrogate!

Nate Berkus & Husband Jeremiah Brent Expecting 1st Child Via Surrogate!

Famed interior designer Nate Berkus and his hubby Jeremiah Brent just announced they are expecting a baby via a surrogate!

“Wanted to share some exciting news….We have had the most special year and its JUST become even more beautiful. We are happy to announce that we are expecting our first child! While we can’t share much, we can say that thanks to a surrogate and the support of those we love we will officially be a family in the spring of 2015! — Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent” the couple wrote on Nate‘s Facebook page.

Nate and Jeremiah got married back in May of this year. Congrats to the happy couple on the wonderful news!

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  • Oh my

    Nooooooooooooooooooo.

  • British Latin American

    This beautiful couple will now have a beautiful baby.

  • Storm

    I am pro gay marriage and pro gay people adopting but I do think it is very wrong to deliberately create a child who will never know/live with/form a relationship with one of their biological parents. This doesn’t just apply to gay people, to anyone who uses anonymous sperm and/or eggs. Children have a natural hormonal and biological tie to both of their biological parents and deserve to grow up with both of them as their parents, unless of course one or both are abusive. These children are going to grow up wondering who their real parents are and probably feeling a least somewhat rejected by that anonymous parent. They will surely wonder what their bio parents are like and where certain physical and personality traits come from and to deny them this is just plain wrong. These families may seem and happy when they are young but I’ll bet that once the children are teens and older, major problems will erupt, no matter how much their two mommies or daddies love them. Simple facts of biology cannot be ignored. I’m sorry, but it’s true. I am not at all against homosexual couples having children and think they should very much be welcome to and encouraged to adopt parentless children, but insisting on defying nature and creating your own baby in such a manner strikes me as somewhat selfish. I feel awful for these kids who will never know their moms or dads. In any other situation, we would feel terrible for the child, but when it is a gay couple it is always “wonderful”, “beautiful” etc. It just seems very hypocritical.

  • Maddie

    @Storm:

    As someone who was adopted, and legally can never know the identity of my biological parents, I can assure you that it’s not awful to not know your bio parents.

    Also, in the case of surrogacy, often times the children will know/have some sort of relationship with the carrier mother.

  • oaikiu

    this is why gay marriage is so wrong, they cannot naturally have kids together, this is not acceptable to have to go out and have someone else make the children for them, wrong im sorry !

  • Gmaysie Kartofe

    This sort of lifestyle is generally disdained by parents of young children. Some see this as being immoral and disgusting.

  • Morgana

    @Gmaysie Kartofe:

    This type of comment is generally disdained by people who believe in equality and the fact that being heterosexual and believing in a higher power does not make you a moral compass or able to judge and condemn other people.

  • Morgana

    @oaikiu:

    So marriage is only for reproduction? So you never use contraception right? No sex before marriage?

    Please…

  • Wa3d

    gross

  • Jose

    GROSS!

  • george wine

    @Storm: have u ever thought one of them could be the biological father? anyway, good for them. they have all the rights to have kids

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