According to a report run by Star Magazine, the surrogate mother who carries Sarah Jessica Parker and husband Matthew Broderick's twins is named Michelle Ross.
In a report on its newest issue, Star Magazine claims the identity of the surrogate mother who carries Sarah Jessica Parker and husband Matthew Broderick's twins has been uncovered. Her name is Michelle Ross and she is 26 years old. She reportedly is expected to give birth to the celebrity couple's children July later this year. The possible exact date hasn't been made public though.
Michelle, as reported by Star, refers to herself as bisexual. She even has a tattoo on her wrist in form of an overlapped pink and blue triangle that proclaims her sex orientation. She, moreover, identifies herself on her MySpace page as "bi". Of that matter, her ex-husband Joseph Erker says, "She told me that's what it stands for."
Michelle and Joseph divorced in 2006 and he is the one responsible in taking care of their four-year-old son, Brayden, at their home in Martins Ferry, Ohio. "Michelle has kids for other people, but she hardly ever sees her own son," Joseph complains to Star. Back to her high school years, Michelle was once pregnant, but she lost the baby due to a life-threatening case of Guillain-Barre Syndrome, which is described as a disorder where the immune system attacks the nerves.
Asked about Michelle becoming the surrogate mother for Sarah and Matthew's twins, Joseph claims she does it because she wants to help people who can't have children of their own. Previously, she also acted as a surrogate mother for a New York gay couple, it has been reported.
Star Magazine promises more detail information about Michelle on its newest issue, which already hits the newsstands.