Bill and Giuliana Rancic consider adoption after surrogate suffers another miscarriage

2015-04-02 19:00

Los Angeles - Giuliana Rancic's surrogate suffered another miscarriage late last year.

The Fashion Police co-host, whose two-year-old son Duke was carried to term via a gestational carrier called Delphine in 2013, says she and husband Bill Rancic are now thinking about adopting a baby.

They have no embryos left after Delphine miscarried on New Year's Eve for the second time.

The 40-year-old star, who is unable to get pregnant due to medication she is still taking after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011, told PEOPLE magazine:

“We were so optimistic about the last embryo. It was really tough news to be dealt. We thought, this is definitely going to work. This is our last shot.”

Giuliana admits it “was the toughest blow” when she found out the news in December.

“It was a really hard time.”

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The couple were also very “distraught” last summer when Delphine suffered the first miscarriage at nine weeks, but the E! News anchor refuses to give up hope and is now looking into adoption.

She said: “We're open to everything. I think adoption is a beautiful gift you're giving each other.”

“And it's funny, I'm even more open to adoption than I was before. Because I think to myself, ‘I love Duke so much, if I couldn't take care of him, I hope there would be someone else who would love him.’”

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