Maria Menounos has opened up about her plans to change into a mom, telling her mum or dad’s there have been ‘grandchildren to come’ sooner or later.
Maria Menounos is planning to change into a mother! The E! star, 42, has revealed she’s going by means of the surrogacy course of with husband, Keven Undergaro, 53, in a brand new video. The longtime TV presenter shared a YouTube video on April 2, during which she recounted her mum or dad’s powerful battle with the coronavirus. In one clip, she tried to lift her mom’s spirits by talking about her surrogacy plans. Maria’s mother Lista, who was identified with superior mind most cancers earlier than she additionally examined constructive for COVID-19, was seen by talking to her daughter on FaceTime.
“[We] signed the papers the other day for the babies,” Maria mentioned, including, “they’re going to start the medication” on her surrogate “tomorrow.” In one other clip, Maria tried to maintain her mother in good spirits by “thinking of the future with grandchildren to come.” When requested if she was excited, Lista replied, “Very.”
Maria first hinted that she was anticipating youngsters on January 5 throughout an episode of her Better Together present. She additionally teased a potential transfer from Los Angeles to Nashville, Tennessee. “We are definitely entertaining this, by the way,” she mentioned of the potential relocation. “It is beautiful, [and] we are going to have a family. We want to raise them somewhere where there will be kids next door to play with and you’re not afraid. L.A. just doesn’t have that.” Maria added that she and Keven had been within the the “kid phase of [their] lives.” Nevertheless, she clarified to PEOPLE the next day that the pair weren’t anticipating fairly but, however they had been on their strategy to parenthood!
Fans of the E! News star know she really teased the arrival of her little ones for the primary time on the December 15 episode of Better Together. Maria acquired emotional whereas revealing that the promise of grandchildren helped her mom by means of her battle with stage 4 mind most cancers. “The thing I keep saying to my mom is, ‘We’re going to get better every minute of every day, Mom. Every minute of every day we’re getting better and better.’ … That’s my mantra,” Maria defined. “Yesterday, I said to her, ‘You gotta get strong, you gotta hang on — you’ve got grandchildren coming, and they might even be showing up…’ well, they’re definitely showing up next year. I was gonna say around a certain time, but I won’t share yet because I don’t wanna.”