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Giuliana and Bill Rancic Expecting a Child

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Giuliana and Bill Rancic, the couple who first went through infertility and miscarriage, and then endured Giuliana’s treatment for breast cancer, finally has good news to share–they are expecting a child late this summer.  According to news reports, the couple is using a gestational surrogate to carry their child.  The baby is genetically Giuliana and Bill’s.  The LA Times reports:

“It’s incredible,” Giuliana said on the “Today” show. “We’ve been trying for so long, we’ve been through so much, and, especially we just had such a hard year last year with the breast cancer and everything and to finally get that call from the doctor of, you’re pregnant — or, you’re having a baby!

“I’m not quite pregnant, but you know what I mean, we’re pregnant!,” the bubbly red carpet host said. “It was just, it was another world, on another level.”

The Rancics have documented their journey as a married couple on the Style Network reality series “Giuliana and Bill.”

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Giuliana Rancic to Undergo Double Mastectomy

Monday, December 5th, 2011

Giuliana Rancic, the E! television personality who also has a reality program on the Style Network, has decided to undergo a double mastectomy to treat her breast cancer.  Rancic and her husband, a former winner of Donald Trump’s reality show “The Apprentice,” have chronicled their journey to start a family through in-vitro fertilization in public, and the couple is also being public about their breast cancer journey.

In October, Rancic announced her cancer diagnosis, revealing it at a time when her fans had hoped she’d be announcing a pregnancy.  Today she told E! Online that she is afraid heading into the mastectomy, but optimistic that the surgery will “save [her] life” and enable her to move on to live a full and healthy life.

“Am I scared? Yes. Scared of the unknown. Scared of the pain,” Giuliana confesses. “But I’m not scared of what I’ll be like. I’ll have scars, but I like scars. Scars are beautiful because they tell a story.

“I’ll be able to say that I survived something major and it’s made me stronger. I will be a better woman for it.”

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