Rebel Wilson Announces Birth Of Baby Girl Via Surrogate

The birth announcement comes months after Rebel Wilson made it known that she was dating Ramona Agruma. A baby girl has just been born to Rebel Wilson. The Pitch Perfect star posted a picture of her kid on Monday, November 7th, 2022, along with a loving statement and a thank-you to her “beautiful surrogate.”

In a statement, Wilson said, “I am beyond proud to announce the arrival of my first child, Royce Lillian, born this past week via surrogacy.” “I can’t express how much I love her; she’s a stunning miracle!

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Since this has been years in the making, I will always be grateful to everyone who has been involved (you know who you are). but especially wanted to thank my stunning surrogate who carried her and gave birth to her with such dignity and tenderness.”

“Thank you for helping me establish my own family, it’s an incredible gift,” she concluded. The BEST present! I’m prepared to shower little Roycie with all the possible affection. I’m picking things up quickly, so I salute all the mothers out there! proud to be a member of your club.

The birth announcement comes months after Wilson, 42, made it known that she was dating Ramona Agruma. The Australian actress thanked people who made co-parenting possible even though she made no mention of any plans in that regard.


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She also posted images from the Gender-Reveal segment to her Instagram Stories. Wilson talked about her reproductive journey, which started with a visit to a fertility doctor in 2019 when she appeared on the cover of People Magazine in May.

Wilson recalled, “He gave me the once-over and said, “You’d do much better if you were healthier.” “I was shocked by it. Oh my God, this person is so disrespectful, I thought. He was accurate.

I was lugging a lot of extra weight around. It nearly seems as if I didn’t consider my requirements.  My motivation to get healthier came from considering the requirements of a future child.”

Wilson continued, describing her polycystic ovarian syndrome and how it may have affected her fertility. She made an effort to “be the healthiest version of” herself. She continued by saying that she was “going for it” alone when it comes to having children “because of the biological clock.”

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