Tamron Hall is opening up for the first time about the reasons that led her to keep her pregnancy a secret, and her long journey to motherhood.
While most celebrity moms-to-be can't wait to share the news with the world, Tamron Hall only announced her pregnancy when she was 32 weeks along.
Now, for the first time, Tameron is sharing the fears and the anxiety that led her to keep that joyous event a secret until almost the last moment.
At 48, and with a high-risk pregnancy, Tamron decided to keep her pregnancy to herself. Above all, she feared having a miscarriage and then having to explain her pain and endure the sometimes clumsy sympathy of others.
Tamron is speaking out, hoping to show other women who have gone or are going through the same experience that they are not alone, that she shared their fears and their doubts.
“I kept my pregnancy a secret for a long time because, like many women, I was afraid that I would have a miscarriage and then have to go back and tell everyone what happened,” she said.
Tameron will be sharing more of her story and some of the difficulties she has experienced as a new mom
Tamron revealed that her son Moses was conceived In Vitro, a costly medical procedure which isn't always effective the first time around, or for every woman.
“Everyone’s journey is different. Not every doctor or procedure that worked well for me, or a friend or a colleague, will necessarily work well for you.(...) whether you choose IVF or adoption or having a baby through a surrogate or becoming a step-parent,” she said.
Tamron will be speaking to parents who have gone through the IV experience, just as she has, and hopefully stripping away a little of the fear and the shame so many women still have in admitting they have fertility issues.
“After I shared my story, women I met would tell me that they’d also had IVF or had become mothers in their 40s. It was a reminder that we are not alone,” she said.
For Tamron, the experience of being a mother to 4-month-old Moses is beyond anything she had imagined.
“I never knew that I could ever love someone as much as I love my son," she said.
Tameron will be sharing more of her story and some of the difficulties she has experienced as a new mom, as well as many other heartwarming stories from all around the nation on her show.
Tamron Hall dropped a double whammy on her fans on March 4, 2019, by announcing not only that she was married, but 32 weeks pregnant.
Tamron had hinted back in 2017 on the "Steve Harvey Show" that she was dating someone in the music industry, and now the secret is out.
Tamron and music executive Steven Green are married and welcomed their first child, Moses, in April 2019.
We wish Tamron and her little family all the happiness in the world.