Top 10 Celebrities Who Had Kids Using vitro fertilization

Millions of couples struggle with infertility and the famous people below are no exception. Here is the list of celebrities who conceived their children via in vitro fertilization or other artificial means.
10. Emma Thompson
The British actress and her husband Greg Wise's daughter Gaia was conceived with the help of in-vitro in 1999. Thompson attempted a second pregnancy by IVF, but the treatment failed.
9. Martie Maguire
Like her sister and fellow Dixie Chick Emily Robison, Martie Maguire also sought IVF treatments to conceive. Her fraternal twins Eva and Katie were born in 2004, and third daughter Harper was born in 2008. Maguire co-wrote the song "So Hard" with Robison about their own personal experiences with infertility and using artificial methods to conceive.
8. Marcia Cross
There are conflicting reports that Marcia Cross was able to get pregnant through an egg donor, while others claimed it was by in vitro. Regardless of how they conceived, Cross and her husband Tom Mahoney had their fraternal twin daughters Eden and Savannah in 2007.
7. Rod Stewart
Legendary rocker Rod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster sought artificial means to get pregnant after they were unable to conceive naturally. With the help of IVF, the couple gave birth to son Aiden in 2011.
6. Giuliana Rancic
TV personalities Giuliana and her husband Bill Rancic was already struggling with fertility before news broke that she had been diagnosed with cancer. Unable to carry the embryos from her third IVF due to Giuliana's cancer medication, the couple enlisted a gestational surrogate. Giuliana and Bill welcomed their son Edward in August 2012.
5. Brooke Shields
Brooke Shields reportedly underwent seven IVF treatments before giving birth to her and Chris Henchy's daughter Rowan Francis in May 2003. The couple was able to naturally conceive their second daughter Grier Hammon three years later.
4. Courteney Cox
After struggling to conceive, Courteney Cox and David Arquette's daughter Coco was born in 2004, thanks to IVF.
3. Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman went through various IVF and fertility treatments before the 2008 birth of her and Keith Urban's daughter Sunday Rose. The couple's second child Faith Margaret was born in 2010 via a gestational surrogate.
2. Mariah Carey
The chart-topping singer, who had previously suffered a miscarriage, underwent IVF treatments to get pregnant. In 2011, Carey and her husband Nick Cannon welcomed their twins Moroccan and Monroe
1. Celine Dion
After six in vitro fertilization attempts, Celine Dion and her husband Rene Angélil gave birth to their son René-Charles in 2000.