Celebrity Moms Who Had Babies After 40!

Halle Berry told Ellen DeGeneres that she was shocked when she discovered in 2014 that she was pregnant with her second child,Maceo — because, at 47, she thought she was already premenopausal!

In 2011, two years after Kelly Preston and John Travolta tragically lost their 16-year-old son Jett, Kelly became pregnant with their son Benjamin at 48. When it happened she was absolutely “floored.”Celebrity Mom who

Julianne Moore was over the moon in 2002 when she gave birth to her second child, Liv Helen at 41. Today, Liv towers over the 5-foot-3 star — she seems to have gotten her height from her dad, director Bart Freundlich .

Meryl Streep had just landed in her fourth decade when she found herself pregnant with her fourth child at 41! In 1991, Louisa became the Oscar-winning actress’ youngest child with sculptor Don Gummer.

Christie Brinkley seems to defy age, so maybe it makes sense that she had not one, but two children after 40! Son Jack was born in 1995, when the supermodel icon was 41; daughter Sailor came along three years later.!

Céline Dion has revealed that she and her late husband René Angélil did six rounds of IVF before they were able to give their son,René-Charles, a younger sibling at 42.

But in October 2010, he got two of them! Twins Nelson and Eddy were born premature but healthy,

At 46 , Geena Davis had daughter Alizeh; two years later, she gave birth to twin boys, Kian and Kaiis!

Nicole Kidman and her country crooner hubby Keith Urban had their first child, Sunday Rose, in 2010. They had another daughter two years later with a surrogate.

The world was truly amazed when Janet Jackson gave birth to her first child, Eissa, in January, at 50!

While Susan Sarandon had daughter Eva Amurri in 1985, at 39, sons Jack and Miles (with longtime partner Tim Robbins) didn’t come along until she was 42 and 45

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