TOP 10 Celebrities Who Gave Birth After 45 | ⭐OSSA

It is definitely a personal decision whether
to have children or not, but these celebrities prove that you might not always have to worry
about the “biological clock.” Hardly anyone is surprised to hear about 40-year
old mothers, but how about twins at 49 or a firstborn at 50? These ladies are breaking the rules, bucking
the trend, and inspiring millions of women to not let age be a defining factor in their
desire to have kids. Marcia Cross, 45 Despite the fact that the most recognizable
Marcia Cross character, the desperate housewife Bree Van de Kamp, was raising two children,
the actress herself wasn’t in line to start a family. Yet, now the star cannot imagine her life
without her 8-year-old twins, Eden and Savannah, who were born right before their mom’s 45th
birthday. Cross has confessed that one of her biggest
regrets is waiting that long to start a family. The actress is now afraid of not being alive
long enough to guide her children through life. I wanted to have kids in my 30s, but just
couldn’t get it together,’ says Cross. ‘I don’t think people want to wait. I wish I’d met my husband earlier. It’s sad having kids so late, because you
want to be alive for as long as possible for them. It’s simple maths, you know. It’s not about looking young. It’s a lifelong process and you really want
to be there for them,’ she added. Marcia really aprreciates being a mom, confessing
that before then, she had never realised how it would “shake” her world – for the better,
of course. ‘I honestly didn’t have the capacity to
imagine how phenomenal it is. Motherhood is like being madly in love. Take your greatest love affair and magnify
it as many times as you can imagine and it’s like that,’ says the actress. Iman Abdulmajid, 45 Model Iman and her deceased husband, the rock
star David Bowie, were happy to have their daughter Alexandra back in 2000. Iman was already 45, and her oldest daughter
was 22 back then! “There is no age better than another,” she
answered, when asked about the decision to have a baby in the greater age. “The commitment to give of yourself and the
knowledge that the time is right are what’s important. The thing is, I suppose, a younger person
may not correctly divine the right time, because of lack of life experience,” added Iman. David Bowie witnessed the birth of the baby,
and even personally cut the cord. Bowie admitted that he and his sweetheart
wanted a kid “more than anything else in the world.” The pair had been trying to conceive for more
than a decade, and were jumping for joy when they found out about Iman’s pregnancy. David also added: “It’s been a long and patient
wait for our baby, but both Iman and I wanted the circumstances to be absolutely right,
and didn’t want to find ourselves working flat out during the first couple of years
of the baby’s life. This is a wonderful time in both our lives.” 45-year-old Iman gave birth a few days after
Madonna, also in her forties, welcomed to the world her second child, Rocco Ritchie. Kenya Moore, 47 In April this year, the participant of the
TV show The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Miss USA 1993 announced that she and her husband,
a businessman Marc Daly, are expecting. Nothing unusual, huh? Except for the fact that Moore is 47, and
this is her firstborn! The big day is to happen around Thanksgiving. “Everything is good and healthy. This is the home stretch and I’m being as
healthy as I possibly can and being as positive as I can,” Moore recently said when asked
about her condition. Kenya revealed that they don’t know the sex
of their child. Actually, she and her husband are waiting
to find out when the baby is born. Yet, the couple has already chosen a unisex
name with a very special meaning for them. However, they prefer to keep it a secret. “My cousin actually said it at a family
function once. Marc and I both looked at each other and we
were both like, ‘Oh my God! That’s an amazing name,’” she laughed. “It means so much to us. It has great significance to us.” Kelly Preston, 47 The sudden loss of their older son, 17-year-old
Jett, in 2009 was a hell of a hit for the stars Kelly Preston and John Travolta. However, the couple has found the strength
to keep on living and even decided to have another child. Preston was 47, and Travolta was 56 at the
time of the birth of their son, Benjamin. He’s given the house a renewed spirit and
purpose. He’s brought us a new beginning,’ said Travolta. In a revealing interview, the actress Kelly
Preston confessed that they’d been trying to conceive for a few years, and had nearly
completely lost hope. “When I found out I was pregnant, I was floored. I’d snuck out of bed and then came back
and woke Johnny up in bed. We both started crying. It was wonderful,” admitted Kelly. Jane Kaczmarek, 47 There’s no way you don’t remember this hotheaded
and stubborn mother from Malcolm in the Middle. Perhaps, Jane was so inspired by the role
of a woman with many children that she decided to follow the example of her character. Jane Kaczmarek’s got 3 children, and all of
them were born during her forties. Can you imagine that? Her first one was born when she was 43, the
second one at 44, and the last one was born when she was 47, just before she turned 48. After giving birth to all her children, she
decided it was time to take a rest from the show and dedicate her time to her kids. She justified her decision, saying, “I think
the great thing about being older is you are so much more aware that your days are numbered…I
am so grateful for everything in my life at this point. It doesn’t get any better than this, and
you realize this is all going to end one day.” Kaczmarek says her children help her feel
young, because she finds herself “hanging out with all these women in their 30s” more
often. The children are exceptionally grounded, despite
having celebrities for parents. The family has only one TVset “that’s usually
never on!” Halle Berry, 47 When Halle Berry, at the age of 41, gave birth
to her daughter and first child Nahla, everyone was a little surprised. But when she revealed she was pregnant at
47, that came as a complete shock to everyone. Including Berry herself! Halle admitted she was astonished when she
along with her husband Olivier Martinez found out that she was pregnant, as she had been
feeling “premenopausal” and hadn’t thought she would be able to conceive. “I didn’t think it was possible at my age,
honestly. They call it a geriatric pregnancy,” said
Halle on the Ellen Degeneres show. Berry gives credit to her daughter’s prayers
for a sibling, feeling she’s responsible for this miraculous pregnancy. Nahla had been praying for more than a year
for a sibling and a bunk bed, and finally received both things,’ she added. “Two things that I swore I would never ever
do again in life. I mean, I didn’t think it was possible to
have another baby and I thought for sure I had a need never to get married again. So, I’ve learned never to say never,” said
actress of privately saying “I do” in July 2013. Last year there was a rumor that the 50-year
old actress was expecting her third child. The rumor started because of the star’s round
tummy, as she posed for reporters with her hands on her tummy as if she was protecting
her “bump.” Unfortunately, it all stayed as pure speculation
with no basis in fact, but maybe Halle will surprise us later! Rachel Weisz, 48 On Sept, 1 the actress Rachel Weisz and agent
007, Daniel Craig, welcomed their first child to the world! Congrats! It’s hard to believe that this British beauty
is already 48. Thus, she joined the ranks of those celebs
who gave birth while being almost 50! Both stars have children from their past relationships. Weisz is the proud mother of a 12-year-old
son with the director of Black Swan, Darren Aronofsky, and Craig’s got a 26-year-old daughter
with Fiona Loudon. Rachel Weisz admitted she was pregnant in
a New York Times interview in April. “Daniel and I are so happy. We’re going to have a little human. We can’t wait to meet him or her. It’s all such a mystery,” she said then. It is not clear yet where their daughter is
going to be raised. During her appearance on The Late Show with
Stephen Colbert, Rachel was asked ‘Is the child going to be raised American or English?’ I suppose it will be billingual!” she replied. Beverly D’Angelo, 49 If you can’t imagine that some women decide
to have a child after their 40s, look at Beverly D’Angelo. At 49, she became the happy mother to twin
babies Anton and Olivia. And their father, actor Al Pachino was over
60 back then! “After we’d known each other for three
months, [Al] looked me in the eyes and said, ‘I want you to be the mother of my children.’ That’s all I had to hear,” the actress revealed
in one of her interviews. Beverly says the next few years were crazy,
“I got pregnant at 48, delivered six weeks after I was 49, and by 51, I was looking at
a landscape as a single parent,’ she explains. Beverly’s breakup with Al Pachino turned into
a custody battle, and although all the issues have been resolved by now, they both had quite
a tough experience. Fortunately, the couple didn’t go completely
insane and resolved all their issues for the sake of the children. They both raise their children and cooperate
in a friendly manner, “When you focus on getting pregnant, you
can lose the perspective that you’re creating a family and a responsibility to a child’s
future,” Beverly tells ‘Closer’. Beverly is also hoping to write a memoir and
tell the world about her experiences. Janet Jackson, 50 She’s been at the center of attention since
rising to fame at the age of seven, and has had quite a long and impressive career. Despite being surrounded by glitz and glam,
Jant Jackson has admitted that she only found her true happiness after turning 50. In 2016 it was revealed that the singer was
to have her first child at the age of 50! “My husband and I are planning our family,
so I’m going to have to delay the tour,” Jackson explained then. “Please, if you can try and understand that
it’s important that I do this now. I have to rest up — doctor’s orders — but
I have not forgotten about you. I will continue the tour as soon as I possibly
can.” This piece of news immediately made headlines! First child at 50! Is that even possible?! In a few months Janet сonfirmed it was, and
introduced her baby Eissa Al Mana to the world. “My son, even in his short 17 months on the
planet, has showed me that love, no matter how deeply you believe you have experienced
that emotion, can always go deeper. Love is limitless,” said the 52-year-old actress
in an interview this May. Despite the fact that her marriage with the
Qatari businessman Wissam Al Mana broke up only 3 months after the birth of the baby,
Janet doesn’t feel lonely, as there are two of them now. “Day after day and night after night, holding
my baby in my arms, I am at peace. I am blessed. I feel bliss. In those moments, all is right with the world.” Brigitte Nielsen, 54 This Dutch beauty also known for being Silvester
Stalone’s ex-wife surprised the whole world! Just imagine, she gave birth to her fifth
child and only daughter Frida, a month before her 55th birthday! We should probably add that Nielsen’s oldest
son is 34 now. “We are overjoyed to welcome our beautiful
daughter into our lives. It’s been a long road, and so worth it. We’ve never been more in love,” said Nielsen. Nielsen disclosed her late pregnancy in May. She posted pictures of herself touching her
belly on Instagram and Twitter, and wrote that her family was getting bigger. “I feel as if I could give more to a child
than I did when I was 20 – is that too selfish? I don’t know,” said Nielsen. She turned to in vitro fertilization for the
conceptioni her youngest child, and was quite forward-thinking to have her eggs frozen at
the age of 40! If you do IVF, 80 percent of the time, it
doesn’t work. It’s that phone call going: “It’s negative.” It’s the waiting. It’s a lot. It’s a big, big journey,’ she explained. “My husband and I have been wanting this
so much for so many years. I finally have my little princess,” she
says. “Becoming a mother is the most beautiful
thing in the world,” claims Brigitte Nielsen. And what do you guys think? Would you have the guts to have a child after
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100 Replies to “TOP 10 Celebrities Who Gave Birth After 45 | ⭐OSSA”

  1. I'm 48 and will be 49 in a couple of months, I pray and I ask to the almighty to bless me with a healthy child from the bottom of my heart! 💖 In the name of The Father, the Son and Holy Spirit Thank you Lord! In Jesus name amen.🙏🎁

  2. It is best to have a baby in your twenties if you can at 40 something you worry about high blood pressure

  3. Not for me. I’d be in hysterics. God bless all the children and parents. My ‘baby’, my one and only is 21 yrs old. I’m done with that. Hopefully I’ll be a grandmother in 15 yrs minimum.

  4. I’m due to give birth in July 19’ I’ll be 46. I already have a daughter who is 26. I’m thrilled to bits, terrified but so excited.

  5. I remember how shocked people seemed when Adrienne Barbeaux had twins at 51. Now women delay children longer and longer for careers/life circumstances so it's not a big shock anymore.

  6. God Is the creator of Life ….
    & with God All things are Possible🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 All we need is Faith & God will Let it come to Pass.

  7. I found it extremely selfish to give birth after 40 years old… and lots of it is from desperation or the fear of loosing the man. Its absolutely ridiculous, makes the woman desperate and its very unfair on the child.

    At 10 years old, coming to pick up the child at school ….. "oh look your granny is here to pick you up…. its my mom!🤭 So embarassing!

    Its not mendatory to give birth once in your life, but if you know you got to do it, then do it before 30 so you can actually run and play with your children, see them becoming adult and meet your grand children. Having a child this late it's like passing on the relay stick while on their dying bed… Here we've made you, you are only 10 but, dont worry we will be with you by memories…. good 1, by the time the child turn 20 the long dead parents will be part of History.

    Such a sad way of giving life and then living them behind, its as bad as letting your child down. Yes God is so powerful he can do anything, but it will be you who has to educate, protect, provide, support, play and show life to this God sent child, and most of those geriatric pregnancy are only, and purely coming from selfishness, something some people think they must try before they die….

    You cannot try to be a parent, its either you are a parent or you are not. You decide either you are going to be a parent someday or not, but the child doesn't ask to be born to be in the shaky hands of their supposedly responsible parents, meant to look out for the child well beeing and safety.

    If you must become a parent, do it early in your life, in your 20's, not when you start to be less energetic and crusty …. Selfish people!!!! Poor kids!

  8. Amen That God had blessed these Ladies with children however these women have also probably had the eggs frozen and you can rest a sure that with their money they’re getting the best prenatal care around. Having a baby after 40 is challenging. But I pray that any woman whose heart is set on being a mother is blessed with a healthy child.

  9. I was ridiculed by someone because I do not currently have children nor am I married at my current age. I simply told the person that I had to wait on the right man. That quickly shut the person up! So, I do not think it's selfish to have children later on in life. Everybody does not find the right person to marry and spend the rest of their lives with at the same time!

  10. Age is just a number. Nothing is set in stone and amazing things can happen. God works in mysterious ways and nothing should be forced or hurried just because of a number! I'm 29 and still havent met 'the one' i'm in no rush, enjoying my single life while I can and know whatever is destined will be 💜😊🙏🌌🕘🔮

  11. Of course this is possible! But it's also pretty likely that most of them used fertility treatments and donors. That's not wrong but the secrecy hurts other women. 🙁

  12. I'm 45…I have a 26 yr old…23 yr old..a four year old and a two year old…I got pregnant naturally with the last two…even after losing a tube due to ectopic pregnancy I still conceived naturally…It annoys me when people think I've had invitro…if you still are bleeding you can still do breeding…


  14. I couldn't do it, I'm 34 and Will have my second child in May and the way these doctors make you feel for DARING to get pregnant near or after 35 is just criminal sometimes. I've spoken to many women in their mid 30s and 40s who have had children later in life and it's the exact same story. But if you have the uterus, eggs, money and Balls then more power to you momma

  15. When god says he's ready he's ready any thing could happen when the time is right I'm almost 30 I have been struggling with pcos for years I was diagnosed in 2008 it's been a journey for me but if it has to happen this way so be it

  16. This was Janet Jackson's second pregnancy she had a daughter to her first marriage who is all grown up now.
    Do your research Joseph Jackson has pictures of himself and his grand daughter at her graduation day.

  17. I had my last child(#5), second marriage at 43 and was very scared… having had two prior miscarriages but he was perfect thank my God. He is now 15 and I am 57!

  18. Sorry but I think Bridget Neilson really takes the cake . Way too old to get pregnant and have a baby . She’s a grandmotherly age now . I think that it’s really selfish .. she’ll be 78 when her child is 24 ! Rediculous!
    And also any Dr will tell you that the risk is very high for conceiving a downs syndrome child over the age of 35 . How would they have felt and coped if that had happened to them . You only hear about these sucessfull outcomes . What about all those parents whose hopes and dreams were dashed when that happened to them . And what’s the bet that these rich tv stars would have definitely had a test to see if their babys did have the extra chromasone and probably would’ve been advised to abort if they had !

  19. It´s wonderful. i am now 25 but i want children later, because i don´t have time right now for them, my husband too. i think in our generation it will be normal to get kids at 50 🙂 In the young age under 30 it´s really difficult. i mean, of course biological it´s the best time. But not in life. We want to find ourself first of all and get life experince. and for me it´s ok to buy a donat egg or what it calls 😀 it´s not about genetics. it´s more important to have time for the little human and giving him the love he needs. What do you think?

  20. Unless you have millions to spend in fertilization procedures, and to pay a nanny army to do the toddler chasing when you can't… yeah, please consider your biological clock

  21. I know a woman at 50 conceive naturally twins and were born healthy and a woman at 52 conceived naturally and gave birth to a healthy little girl.

  22. Am in my early 20s and every time I Tell my friends that I 'll have my baby in 40s they all say am crazy BUT, I mean it!

  23. My boys are 19 and 18. I’m 45 and I would be exhausted having a baby now. My friends that have older parents have envied me because their parents have died. Each person is different and I’m glad I had mine younger. I have also felt bad when I’ve told people their grandkids are cute and they tell me its their kids.

  24. It is a ridiculously perpetuated myth that women can't have children after 35 and used to pressure them to have babies sooner and as many as possible. If they have a healthy sex life and in a good healthy place there's no reason they can't have it, although on paper the featus may be more susceptible to some conditions than others. The average lifespan in healthy countries is 75-85. If you have a baby at 40 you'll be there when they're in their forties, how long does one want to hang around ?
    What's true is that having multiple births would be unlikely, but how ,any kids does one need ? Certainly not 5

  25. If I was going to have children i would've already i like children but I don't want to be a parent i feel like parenthood is hard & a huge responsibility i would be a good mother though😉😘…just ask my niece & nephew☺

  26. My neighbor had a baby girl at the same time I had my son, she was was 45 and her husband was 65, our kids are now 7 years old … were still neighbors

  27. Listen ladies, don't be fooled by this! If you tried and tried and you reached your 40s without conceiving, you need to go to a fertility clinic and have an IFV! Go and have your fertility checked and pray it's not to late. Miracles happen rarely! Please stop wasting precious time and have yourself and your partner checked!

  28. WRONG! What DRUGS you want to consume is just a personal decision. What PORNOGRAPHY you choose to watch is a personal decision.
    I have ZERO respect for breeders. ALL breeders are SELFISH. Both MALE & FEMALE.

  29. PROOF that entertaining requires no work no brains no skill no talent. Being an entertainer of any kind (actor, dancer, musician, sculptor, artist, religionist, athlete) is incredibly easy. If it were hard, then one would not have the time to go breeding & forcing trouble upon the rest of us, who did NOT give you permission to breed. Proof that the more famous & richer you are, the dumber you are. Proof that entertainers are dumb as shit.

  30. I was always told I should have children while I'm still young to prevent risks of problems with the child. But after watching this it still gives me hope that one day I could still make a family.

  31. I was 20 ,when I had my kids . I think the older you are when having a child ,is ok but remember this at a older age you might not be able to do a lot of things as you get older ,when the child goes up

  32. U go into a hormonal roller coaster
    I'm glad I didn't wait around
    Just imagine running after a toddler at 40s 50s 😅

  33. Where did the concept if over 40 being to old for a baby? I think it's the culture of the United States. I'm American, but I have met people from Eastern countries that keep having children well into their fifties!! And natural too!! Alot of Asian and Somalia. Ethiopia etc have kids till the last egg in the womb has dried up,hatched or cracked and that swimming sperm had swam it's LAST lap, to reproduce!!!

  34. All the comments about these babies being a gift from God and yet all these celebrities are illuminati satanists and having donor eggs – playing God and doing the work of the antichrist

  35. Having kids at or after 40 should be classified as a form of child abuse. The parents will be too old to play with the kids and by the time the kids grow up, they'll be slapped with early caregiving. The kids lose out on launching their careers/lives and end up being stuck in the nest longer than expected (and longer than they want) as a result of caregiving.

    My parents were in their early 40s when they had me and I'm stuck in the nest taking care of one of them with ZERO help. I'm in my mid-20s and I should be out of the house living on my own and working a job instead of being at home taking care of an ailing parent. I feel left behind seeing where I'm at and seeing everyone from high school and college have jobs, spouses, and kids.

    HAVE YOUR KIDS YOUNG! Don't ruin their lives before they even start.

  36. No one talks about the fact that they used donor eggs to get pregnant that late! It’s not with their own eggs

  37. no I. oil not handle it having a baby is nice but but it entails slot of changes for your mind and body I know I could not handle it but God bless those who can. lol

  38. My step mum and my biological mum got pregnant 🤰 at the same time and gave birth to boys on the same day, hour, minute and second had twins a boys and girls each and my mum is 49 nearly 50 gone through menopause while my almost step mum was 47

  39. I would not have no enegry to have a baby in my 40s no thanks Long they are loved and taking care of the kids why not

  40. There are advantages and disadvantages to both. Had my daughter when I was 33 and I'm 37 now. I am happy I lived kid free in my twenties. I couldn't imagine having a kid in my twenties but that's just me. Some people are mature enough to deal with that at an early age. And some people want to live their life and be financially and mentally stable. Some people just haven't met the right person yet. I think with this kind of situation it's a to each its own.

  41. Well im 47 and now post menopause so i wanted another baby. But no hope for that anymore could never afford ivf i feel singled out no fair i really wish i was one of those that could have a baby in late forties no chance cause i went through menopause

  42. This is encouraging, I'm 33 and my husband is 40 this month and we don't have kids yet. Time isn't up, thank God, we're still considered young as opposed to what some ppl keep telling us lol.

  43. my mom got pregnant without trying at 43 and due at 44 and she is just a reg person..she always ate healthy over all and got out and exercised a little…she was a druggie though when she was in her 20s so you never know..

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