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Tuesday 4 August 2015

Sofía Vergara ‘expecting surrogacy baby’

Published 06/03/2013 | 19:30

Nick Loeb and Sofía Vergara
Nick Loeb and Sofía Vergara

Sofía Vergara and her fiancé Nick Loeb are reportedly to become parents with the help of a surrogate.

It is rumoured that the 40-year-old Modern Family actress and her businessman beau are to become parents with the help of an unidentified woman. Sofía already has a 20-year-old son named Manolo from her first marriage to Joe Gonzalez.

Apparently the star wasn’t comfortable with choosing someone she didn’t know to help expand her family.

“Rather than going through the trying process of hiring a stranger to serve as a surrogate, Sofía hand-picked one of her healthiest and closest friends,” a source told National Enquirer.

It is said that Sofía and Nick were terrified about losing the baby recently.

The surrogate reportedly sought emergency medical attention after becoming concerned about her health.

“Sofía’s surrogate had developed pain and went to the hospital, fearing that she was going to have a miscarriage,” the insider detailed.

“After several hours, it was determined that the baby was fine, and so was the surrogate mom. Sofía thanked God that everything was OK.”

The actress had a heated argument with Nick on New Year’s Eve, and they were believed to have entered couples counselling to resolve their issues.

The pair beamed as they walked the red carpet arm-in-arm at the SAG Awards in January and apparently they are currently actively searching for a family home.

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