Nicole and Keith just announced the arrival of their new daughter, Faith Margaret via a gestational carrier, but we don’t get why they kept the entire process a secret.
We are thrilled for Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban. They just welcomed a new baby girl named Faith Margaret on Dec. 28 via a surrogate at the Women’s Hospital at Centennial in their hometown of Nashville. But we are still confused as to why Nicole didn’t carry the child herself. Was she keeping the pregnancy a secret for a reason?
Apparently, Nicole and Keith, both 43, not only kept their fans in the dark, but also their friends and family. They kept quiet “in the hopes of preserving some privacy during Faith’s first few weeks,” People magazine reports. “No words can adequately convey the incredible gratitude that we feel for everyone who was so supportive throughout this process, in particular our gestational carrier,” the couple said in a statement. But why didn’t Nicole tell anyone about her use of in vitro and surrogacy? We’re amazed that they managed to keep this so hush-hush? But, we really wish Nicole would have just been honest about her baby plans from the beginning.
Faith, who the couple says is their biological child, joins big sister Sunday Rose, 2, and Nicole’s kids with ex Tom Cruise, Isabella, 18, and Connor, 15.
Welcome to the wonderful world of showbiz, little lady! We’re looking forward to watching you grow up.