SUNNY Hostin became emotional as she discussed her heartbreaking struggle to have children.
The View co-host, 50, fought back tears as she talked about having five miscarriages during endless rounds of IVF.
ABCSunny Hostin became emotional as she discussed her heartbreaking struggle to have children[/caption]
ABCThe View co-host, 50, fought back tears as she talked about having five miscarriages during endless rounds of IVF[/caption]
Sunny revealed her personal struggles during Wednesday’s broadcast of the chat show.
As the panel touched upon the pressures women face to have children by 40, she said: “At 39, a woman’s eggs they’re like powdered, they’re scrambled.”
Sunny looked visibly emotional and went on: “I talked about my struggles with IVF for a long time.
“I got married at 30, my husband was younger. I had to go through round after round after round of IVF.
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“Five miscarriages to have two children.”
The host added: “And we depleted our savings. It took us ten years to get back to where we were before we wanted to have children.”
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Confirmation is a Catholic ceremony where believers affirm their commitment to God through prayer and being anointed with oil.
Sunny posted snaps of her, Emmanuel and Paloma posing with a priest while standing in front of an altar.
She also included photos of her family worshiping together during the service.
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“Happy Easter. Such a special Holy Saturday with Paloma’s confirmation in Puerto Rico. He is Risen,” the TV personality captioned the post.
While Paloma is studying in school, Gabriel is currently at Harvard University.
ABCThe presenter was visibly emotional during the segment about the pressures women face to have kids before they’re 40[/caption]
InstagramShe has two kids – Gabriel, 18, and Paloma, 16[/caption]
InstagramSunny shares her children with her husband Emmanuel[/caption]