Tamron Hall Talks about Surrogacy as She Reveals Wish to Have Second Child on Her Talk Show
Tamron Hall is opening up about her desire to have a second baby and seems to be considering surrogacy as an option. The TV host addressed the subject during a recent episode of her eponymous show.
Hall turned 49 last month, and her son, Moses, clocked six months a few days ago, but the happy mama does not mind discussing a new sibling.
To kick off Friday’s episode of the "Tamron Hall Show," she confessed: "I would love to have a second child."
"I think today, people mistake privacy for secrecy. People say he's my 'secret husband.'"
"One of the things that I’m considering is surrogacy," Hall continued. "For very, very personal reasons that I'll challenge you to think about one day but not today."
"So many people have asked, am I going to have a second baby? Will I have a second baby? I don't know why they keep asking me that because my new baby is only six months."
Hall welcomed her child with Greener in April at the age of 48. The former "Today" co-host shocked fans in March when she announced her pregnancy at 32 weeks, and in a May 2019 interview with PEOPLE, she revealed why she kept things under wraps for a while.
"I was high-risk, not just because of my age, but there were other medical factors, too," Hall disclosed. "My doctor said, 'This is your body, your health. You share of your journey what you want to share.'"
"I was terrified I would lose this baby and I would have to go back and tell everyone that now it was bad news, and after this pregnancy had gone so far. I just wasn’t mentally prepared to deal with that. That’s why I waited. And trust me — if I could’ve gone the whole way to delivery, I would’ve."
Hall’s pregnancy announcement via Instagram was also the first time she mentioned her husband. Per Daily Mail, the acclaimed journalist reportedly said she was not trying to keep her marriage to the music executive secret.
According to the outlet, Hall was only trying to protect her relationship with Greener and keep things as private as possible.
"I think today, people mistake privacy for secrecy," she reportedly said. "People say he's my 'secret husband.' But we were going everywhere together; it was just a private thing I needed to protect."
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