(It may sound like a risk to leave a potential life frozen for that long, but Rosenwaks says embryos can stay good and thaw successfully after 10 to 15 years or even more.)reports that after Celine's performance run in Las Vegas ended in 2007, she went to her doctor to see if conceiving another baby could be possible. Rosenwaks says Celine and Rene are "ecstatic" and "looking forward to a pregnancy that is a healthy one." The baby is expected to arrive in May.
It's never easy being husband and wife, but add to that we are in business together, dealing with all the added pressures of shows, concerts, tours, traveling.
It seems like Celine Dion has been going through a really rough time in recent months.
Perhaps she kind of has because her wedding ring has been off and photos of her with husband Rene Angelil haven’t exactly depicted family unity.
The couple used to always be side-by-side and arm-in-arm.
Now she’s usually 6 steps ahead looking like there’s a war brewing.
Celine Dion's husband not responsible for her pregnancy...instead, they used an 8-year-old egg.
Forty-one-year-old Canadian singer Celine Dion is expecting her second child, according to and Hollywood Life.
Celine and her husband Rene Angelil, whom we calculate to be 67 years old, found out Monday that after in vitro fertilization treatments at New York City's Ronald O.Perelman and Claudia Cohen Center for Reproductive Medicine at New York-Presbyerian Hospital/Weill Cornell Center Medical Center.The center is where their first child, 8-year-old Rene Charles, was conceived—also by in vitro.Your Tango: Desperate To Have A Baby, We Tried Everything Celine's doctor, Dr.Zev Rosenwaks, says she is "very early" in the pregnancy. OMG and the Associated Press, having a second child was always Celine's dream, so she and husband Rene froze embryos around the time baby Rene was conceived.Rosenwaks says the egg was frozen in liquid nitrogen for eight years.