‘Really crazy odds’: Whitney Port says she still has hope as surrogate suffers 2 miscarriages in a row

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Whitney Port and her husband Tim Rosenman are still hoping to have a second child via surrogacy after experiencing two consecutive miscarriages.

The couple revealed their heartbreaking losses on Tuesday’s episode of “With Whit,” where they opened up about their “very long” fertility journey.

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Both Whitney Port embryo transfers resulted in miscarriage

“We ended up doing two transfers with the surrogate,” the former ‘Hills’ star, 38, said.

Whitney Port (left) and Tim Rosenman attend Wedding Paper Divas Presents
Whitney Port (left) and Tim Rosenman (Getty Images)

“Both transfers ended up aborted. The last miscarriage was only a month ago,” she said.

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Rosenman, 46, added that both pregnancies lasted seven and a half weeks with a “97 percent chance of having a successful baby.”

“After the really crazy odds of losing both, we now think there might be something going on, either with the surrogate or with our embryos,” he said.

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Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman share a boy named Sonny

The couple have been married since November 2015 and share a four-year-old son named Sonny.

They said they would try again with one of the surrogate’s embryos while also planning to do another egg retrieval.

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Port thanked her husband for being a “great partner in crime” during tough times.

The fashion designer previously suffered two multiple miscarriages between 2019 and 2021 as well as a chemical pregnancy.

She admitted to feeling “scared” and “unsure” about her fertility struggles in a candid podcast episode in November 2021.

In July, Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman were considering surrogacy to give Sonny a sibling.

In July 2023, Port and Rosenman were considering surrogacy as an option to expand their family, but they were still in the early stages of the process.

“It doesn’t happen overnight,” Port told Us Weekly, adding “I hope that if this new route can come to fruition, it would be the greatest blessing ever. But we’ll see.

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Port, who suffered several miscarriages, shared her “very complicated” feeling in a podcast where she broke down, before suffering a third defeat in 2021.

“I’m really scared for myself, for my confidence and my self-worth,” she said.

“And also not being able to give this family what I think is best for them,” she added.

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Port claimed her husband was “worried” that she looked “too skinny.” She later clarified that her nutritionist did not think she had an eating disorder, but rather suspected depression.

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