A source has claimed the twins she's carrying will be girls and they are conceived without the help of in vitro fertilization or the fertility drug Clomid.
Their dream of having child comes true after they revealed publicly just a little more than a week ago that they're "trying to get pregnant." Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell are expecting their first child together, it's been claimed. Greater than that they reportedly are expecting twins.
The babies are conceived without the help of in vitro fertilization or the fertility drug Clomid, a source close to the couple said. "Jerry couldn't be happier about becoming a dad," another source told US Weekly.
No words on the sex of the babies, but a source has been quoted by People magazine as claiming the twins will be girls. Romijn is expected to give birth to the babies this winter.
Romijn's then husband John Stamos has been sending his best wishes for the couple, E! News reports. The actor said, "I'm happy for all four of them. I wish them the best."
Romijn and Jerry wed in July 2007. It's no secret that the pair have been longing to become parents, with the actress recently told Self magazine she hoped to be "lucky enough" to have kids. As of Jerry, he told US Weekly at the Much Love Animal Rescue's "Bow Wow WOW!" event in L.A. on July 19, "We're trying to get pregnant. It would be amazing if it happened," adding that practicing has been "a lot of fun."