Whitney Port reveals surrogate has suffered two miscarriages in struggles to conceive baby No. 2

Whitney Port and her husband, Tim Rosenman, recently suffered two miscarriages while trying to conceive baby No. 2 via surrogate.

The couple shared their pregnancy losses on Tuesday’s episode of “With Whit” after mentioning their “very long” fertility journey.

“We ended up doing two transfers with the surrogate,” the “Hills” alum, 38, said. “Both transfers ended up miscarrying. The last miscarriage was just a month ago.”

Rosenman, 46, noted that both pregnancies were seven and a half weeks along with “a 97 percent chance of a successful baby.”

After the “really crazy … odds” of losing both, he said, “Now we’re thinking that there might be something going on, either with the surrogate or with our embryos.”

As for the pair’s plan to move forward, Port explained they will “put in one of the embryos that’s already made in the surrogate right now and … get that going while we make a plan to do another egg retrieval.”

Whtiney Port and Tim Rosenman have suffered two miscarriages via surrogate.
The couple think “that there might be something going on.”
Whitney Port/YouTube
Port experienced three previous miscarriages in their “very long” fertility journey.

The former reality star thanked her partner for being a “great partner in crime” during the back-to-back tragedies.

The couple have been married since November 2015 and welcomed a baby boy named Sonny nearly two years later.

Port suffered two multiple miscarriages between 2019 and 2021, as well as a chemical pregnancy.

The reality star gave birth to son Sonny in 2017.

The “City” alum broke down her “very complicated” feelings during an emotional podcast episode before her third loss.

“I definitely feel just scared for myself and my confidence and my self-worth,” she said in November 2021. “And also for not being able to give this family what I think would be the best for it.”

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By July 2023, Port and Rosenman were considering surrogacy to give Sonny a sibling — but had yet to begin the process.

Rosenman has been a “great partner in crime” as they struggle to expand their family.
The pair tied the knot in 2015.

“It just doesn’t happen overnight,” the fashion designer explained to Us Weekly. “I think hopefully if this new route can happen that would be the biggest blessing of all time. But, we’ll see.”

That same month, Port made headlines for claiming her husband was “worried” she looked “too thin.”

She has since clarified that that her “validating” nutritionist doesn’t believe Port has an eating disorder and instead suspects depression.

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