Actress Sunny Leone, who's a proud mother of three lovely kids, recently opened up on motherhood. She shared details of the heartbreaking moment when she was trying for IVF and surrogacy, but things weren't working out. She also recalled going to an orphanage and adopting a beautiful girl.
Sunny Leone has often shared how blessed she feels to have her children Nisha, Asher, and Noah. The actress and her husband Daniel Weber adopted a 21-months girl child, Nisha, in 2017 from Latur and announced the birth of their sons via surrogacy in 2018.
Now, years later, in an interview, Sunny opened up about the process of surrogacy and how she went through the IVF process which didn't give the expected results. The actress revealed the heartbreaking moment when the IVF wasn't successful and she felt like a "failure"."We were going through the process of surrogacy, which takes a long time. It took about a year-and-a-half from start to finish and during that time, before we decided ‘hey, why don’t we just adopt?’, surrogacy wasn’t going as planned," she told Bollywood Bubble, adding, “ We had six eggs - four girls and two boys. In America, you know the gender and you can do genetic testing and all that kind of stuff. That’s in the US, not here. So we did IVF (in vitro fertilization) and the girls didn’t turn into a baby, so that was really heartbreaking. You feel like a failure, you feel so low and so upset about it.” Sunny also shared how she and Daniel decided to adopt a baby when things weren't working as they had planned. She recalls visiting an orphanage and thinking that adoption makes no difference as she would be connected to the kid with all her heart.