Giuliana Rancic on Having a Second Child: 'The Dream Is Definitely Still Alive'
"It's always a conversation we have," she tells PEOPLE of giving son Duke a sibling
“We would love to have another child,” she tells PEOPLE. “It’s always a conversation we have and it’s something we definitely would love to do. If God blesses us with a child, it’d be incredible.”
But while the couple would “love” to give their son, 3-year-old Edward Duke, a sibling, Giuliana says they have plenty to keep them busy for now.
“There’s really nothing in the works right now to be quite honest,” she shares. “I think there’s been a lot on our plate lately with moving to Chicago and Duke starting school there.”
Giuliana and Bill have been open with their fertility issues on their reality show Giuliana and Bill and she has been public with her battle against breast cancer in 2011.
After welcoming Duke via surrogate in 2012, Giuliana’s final embryos were miscarried in 2014.
Now the 41-year-old says she is focused on her one blessing.
“I always want to make sure I’m super present with Duke — he’s always my priority because he’s my son and we fought really hard for him, obviously,” Giuliana explains.
“We were so lucky to have Duke and he keeps us really busy. He’s great and thriving and an amazing little boy, but we would love to expand our family. We always wanted to and that dream is definitely still alive.”
“If you find breast cancer early, you have over a 90 percent chance survival rate, which is incredible, but the key is you have to find it early,” she explains. “We can’t stress enough — everyone can’t stress enough — you have to do the monthly self exams when you’re in the shower.”
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