Dwyane Wade & Gabrielle Union Welcome Baby Girl

Dwyane Wade & Gabrielle Union Welcome Baby Girl

Dwyane Wade & Gabrielle Union Welcome Baby Girl

Celebrity couple Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade sent social media into a complete tizz after they announced the arrival of their baby girl through a surrogate on Thursday night. "Welcome to the party sweet girl!"

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At the time of this writing, Union and Wade have not yet revealed further details about their baby girl, including her name.

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The happy news comes after Gabrielle recently revealed she suffers from adenomyosis - a form of endometriosis which only occurs in the uterus - which has left her infertile and caused her to experience several miscarriages.

"In order to tell you the exact number, I would have to get my medical records", she told People magazine back in 2017, guessing the number was eight or nine.

"For three years, my body has been a prisoner of trying to get pregnant", she continued.

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The couple, who married in August 2014, are already parents to three boys: Wade's sons from his first marriage, Zaire, 16, and Zion, 11, as well as Wade's 17-year-old nephew, Dahveon Morris.

In the past, Union has been open about her difficulty in having a child, the outlet reported. I look at you, and the world is alright with me.

"The reality is I actually have adenomyosis", she added. This is their first child together.

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Gabrielle also opened up in her book about how hard she found it being asked by other women whether she wants kids. "Just one look at you and I know its gonna be a lovely day, a lovely day".

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