IVF, Surrogates, Black Women Celebs Who Didn’t Have Kids the Old-Fashioned Way

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 15: Eboni K. Williams speaks on stage at the 2023 Pan African Film & Arts Festival - Eboni K. Williams And Devyn Bakewell “Bet On Black” Discussion And Book Signing at Malik Books on February 15, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 15: Eboni K. Williams speaks on stage at the 2023 Pan African Film & Arts Festival – Eboni K. Williams And Devyn Bakewell “Bet On Black” Discussion And Book Signing at Malik Books on February 15, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.
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Lawyer, author and television personality Eboni K. Williams is expecting her first baby in August via IVF with the help of her frozen eggs and a sperm donor. In an interview with PEOPLE, Williams said even without a partner, she has more than enough love and resources to share with a child.

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“I felt compelled to share this forward to the next generation — not just through mentorship, but through creating my own progeny and cementing my own legacy in this very unique way that only motherhood could offer,” she said.

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