Anderson Cooper is known as one helluva storyteller, but no one knows about his real-life story. His mom, Gloria Vanderbilt, who was a renowned jeans designer wanted to be a surrogate mother of his child-aka grandchild.
Anderson Cooper recently shared his surrogacy story publicly. He shook the audience by telling them that his mother was 85 years old at that time, and she told doctors that she can carry a baby.
On Thursday, 23rd September 2021, the CNN anchor, Cooper, talked about his late mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, on the show named ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’. On the show, Cooper revealed that his mom-85-year-old lady told a gynecologist she can carry a child.
He further added, he was concerned about her health as she was ready to birth a child on her own. Gloria Vanderbilt satisfied him when she explained everything about surrogacy. Read more…
Anderson Cooper said, he was amazed at his mother’s offer, and made some jokes, but added, his mom didn’t give up on the idea of surrogacy. After two years, she brought him a newspaper article to support the theory of surrogacy.
Gloria Vanderbilt passed away in the year 2019 at the age of 95. She welcomed her grandson, named Wyatt Morgan Cooper.