Watch: Tyra Banks & Chrissy Teigen Get Emotional Discussing Fertility

By Jason Marshall


Get the tissues ready.

While Tyra Banks and Chrissy Teigen have been busy with the launch of their new daytime talk show, neither woman has lost sight of their personal lives - a subject that's clearly difficult to navigate in Hollywood.

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And where we've become acustomed to celebrities being open about everything these days, Chrissy gets candid - in an upcoming episode of The FABLife - regarding reporters constantly asking her when she and hubby John Legend are planning on expanding their family. 

It didn't take long for that discussion to get e-mo-tional, thanks to Tyra chiming in and getting real with the audience about her own struggle to get pregnant. 

Watch below: 


Tyra Banks and Chrissy Teigen open up about their emotional struggle to start a family.

Posted by FABLifeShow on Wednesday, September 16, 2015


"I've had some not happy moments with that, very traumatic moments," Banks further explained to People. "It's difficult as you get older. It's not something that can just happen."

The supermodel has been in a relationship with photographer Erik Asla for two years.

"Since I was 24, I used to say every year, 'I will have kids in three years,' " she says. "I kept saying it over and over again. Because my business is very entrepreneurial. I'm not for hire, so I have to do everything. I kept trying to find that time for that to happen."

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She's even revealed that they've participated in IVF treatments with the hopes of getting pregnant.  

Continues 41-year-old Banks, "When you're like, 'OK, I'm just going to do it,' then it's not so easy as you get older."

Whatever the future does hold for both women and their families, it's great to see that they're both comfortable at their new jobs and very ok with letting the press know how it is.

Keep up the good work ladies!



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