Erin Andrews, husband Jarret Stoll welcome first baby via surrogate
We can solely uncover that the sportscaster and previous NHL player invited a child kid through proxy two or three weeks prior. We hear they named their infant Mack, and the pair commended their child shower in June at Harriet’s in West Hollywood, Calif.
Reps for the couple didn’t return Page Six’s various solicitations for input. Andrews, 45, has been trying to get pregnant for about a decade. She said earlier this year that the “most challenging” part of her life has been going through IVF for nine years. “It’s difficult. In January, Andrews told Us Weekly that it had been “one of the most challenging things in my life, and I know it has been in my husband’s life as well.”
I’m doing fine. We’re getting along nicely.”
The 41-year-old sideline reporter and Stoll began dating in 2012 and got engaged in Disneyland in December 2016. Six months later, the long-term couple got married in Montana.
In August 2021, Andrews wrote openly about her IVF journey on her blog, “The Real Deal with Erin Andrews.” She said that she had to balance working 14 hours a day with the “time-consuming and emotionally draining process.”
“This is my seventh one, and I’ve been going through these medicines since I was 35 years of age,” she said at that point, adding that her more established age didn’t make IVF simpler.
She wrote, “It’s a ton of money, it’s a ton of time, it’s a ton of mental and physical anguish, and they’re unsuccessful more often than not.”
The Wear by Erin Andrews pioneer said she chose to share her barrenness fight since she understood “such countless individuals are managing exactly the same thing.”
Is it necessary for me to publish everything? Probably not, but “maybe we could start support groups or foundations for it,” she told Us Weekly, “if I can give comfort to other people and bring things up in a discussion where people feel a little easier about bringing it up or talking about it.”
“It’s only nothing to be humiliated about, particularly when such countless individuals are going through it.”