Teresa & Joe Giudice Having A Baby Boy? Teresa Considering Using A Surrogate!


We know that Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Teresa and Joe Giudice have four healthy daughters, but is a baby boy in the future for this couple? Teresa is reportedly considering having a fifth child with Joe, and they are hoping for a little boy! “Joe really wants a boy,” Teresa reveals to In Touch Weekly. “And he said we should get a surrogate to carry it!” According to the report, Teresa isn’t thrilled with the idea of getting pregnant, but would like another baby, so the idea of a surrogate might actually work for her. ”He is really pressuring her,” an insider explains. “If that’s what he wants, she may just give in.”

A surrogate may be the best option for the couple, especially since Teresa is one busy lady. With her book signings, traveling, and all her other businesses, she might not have the time to slow down for a pregnancy!

Teresa underwent in-vitro fertilization to conceive their fourth child, in 2009, and the couple now has their fourth daughter, Audriana, who is 3 years-old.

“Teresa’s happy with her family the way it is; she loves her four girls,” a friend of Teresa’s says. But that doesn’t mean she’s not hoping for more and while she is a little hesitant, she’s also showing some excitement over the possibilities of a fifth child. In fact, she’s already got a name picked out for her son – ”Franco, after my father-in-law,” she reveals.

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