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Famous hero's pregnant wife reveals freezing her eggs ten years ago

Monday, May 15, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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In modern times couples have the choice of when to have a child and science helps them achieve their goals. Celebrities are taking the big leap in trusting the process and show the world how it is done. Tollywood superstar Ram Charan and his wife Upasana a leading businesswoman tied the knot in 2012 but decided to have a child only now.

A few months back the couple shared the news and are expecting their first child in July this year. Upasana stated “I am very, very excited and also very proud that I chose to become a mother when we wanted to, not when society wanted to. So, ten years after our marriage, we have taken a call to have a kid now and I think it’s the best time because both of us are booming, both of us are financially secure and we can take care of our kids by ourselves. It was our mutual decision. As a couple, we didn’t let pressure hit us, whether it is from the society outside, our family or outsiders. Which says a lot about our relationship and how we are going to bring up our child as well,”

Upasana has now revealed that she and Ram Charan took a call early in their marriage to freeze and store her eggs and they did so ten years back. That decision was what has helped them achieve their dream of having a child now. It is worth mentioning that the star wife belongs to the renowned Apollo Hospitals family.

Upasana shared a pic of herself flaunting her eight month baby bump and wrote "I am proud to embrace motherhood for all the right reasons. I did not do it to conform to society's expectations or to fit. My decision to become a mother was not driven by a desire to carry on a legacy or to strengthen my marriage. I chose to have a child when I was emotionally prepared to give unconditional love & care that my child deserves for his/her overall well-being."

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