Sabrina Parr, 33, is up for starting a family in the future with her fiance Lamar Odom, 40, after she revealed he has a “dream” of having “twin boys.” The fiancee of the basketball star revealed that she had her “tubes tied” in the past but is willing to undo the procedure, when talking about their relationship in an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife. “Yes I am willing to have them for him, I am not against it,” Sabrina EXCLUSIVELY told us when asked if she’d have kids with Lamar.
“In my last marriage, I made a decision I got my tubes tied, I was like I’m good I have a boy I have a girl, you know. But Lamar has a dream of having twin boys,” she continued. “He told me this very early on. And so, I really want to help him fulfill that dream.”
Sabrina, who is a mother of a son and daughter, also opened up about Lamar already being a father of three, and said his growth since having his kids is a reason they’d love to expand their families. “He’s a totally different man now than when he was when he first started having kids,” she explained. “People forget he was drafted at 19 and already had a child, you know like he was so young. And now 20 years later, he’s in a totally different place and he does want the chance to experience that again and I’m not against it. But I can’t say when that would happen.”
Sabrina went on to admit that she isn’t sure how “easy” it is to untie tubes but her experienced friends have been giving her an indication of what to expect. “I don’t know if it’s easy, I’ve known people who have had their tubes tied and they say like at year seven it just didn’t’ work anymore and they were able to get pregnant,” she said. “So I’m now in year seven. My son is 7 now so I’m interested to see what happens, if it will start working or will I still have to get a procedure. So I told Lamar as long as I’m able to be pregnant I will carry his children.”
When it comes to having more children, Sabrina further explained that using a surrogate is a possibility and Lamar even encouraged it. “He’s not against us using a surrogate, he was like, ‘You don’t have to go through all that with your body’, but I’m just kind of like, you know, I’m pretty old school,” she shared. “If I’m able to then I will. I still have to do more research but there’s so many new options now like I know I’ve been told you can still have your tubes tied, and still do the in-vitro (IVF) so I really am not sure, I haven’t looked into it yet because I’m just not there.”
Sabrina and Lamar got engaged in Nov. 2019 and although she’s not there yet, Sabrina confirmed that a future family with Lamar will be a priority once they’re married. “I’m going to figure that out once I’ve been married an adequate amount of time,” she said. “It would definitely be a while after the wedding, when we’re settled, and I feel very comfortable with bringing children into the relationship.”