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Victoria Beckham did she use gender selection IVF?

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melikalikimaka Wed 16-Feb-11 14:04:59

Saw in paper you can select sex of your baby and it's only £14,000. They have been talking about having a girl for a very long time and now it is revealed that they are!I just find it fishy! £14 grand to them is nothing and she could keep trying. AIBU?

Normantebbit Wed 16-Feb-11 14:05:38

well the chances are always 50/50 so who knows?

MissVerinder Wed 16-Feb-11 14:05:40

Apparently, they have no idea if it's a girl or not. She was on a US chat show last night.

lockets Wed 16-Feb-11 14:06:22

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TattyDevine Wed 16-Feb-11 14:06:40

YABU.

She has a 50/50 chance.

If it turns out to be a girl, it could have been IVF, or not, or gender selection, or not, its none of your flaming business.

melikalikimaka Wed 16-Feb-11 14:06:58

She has been in America for a long time, where she can have it done. It's not allowed here. All of a sudden they are coming back here to live.

HettyAmaretti Wed 16-Feb-11 14:07:03

I have no idea. Why would I have? WTF would it have to do with you or I anyway???

TheseThingsAreGoodThings Wed 16-Feb-11 14:07:05

So what if they did?

cantspel Wed 16-Feb-11 14:08:05

I dont care but cant wait to see what next daft name they come up with

CMOTdibbler Wed 16-Feb-11 14:08:05

Who cares ? Its up to them what reproductive choices they make

TotorosOcarina Wed 16-Feb-11 14:08:15

fishy??

I wanted a boy first - got one

wanted another boy 2nd - got one

really, really wanted a DD 3rd, got one

wanted another boy this time, got one.

Its a 50/50 chance.

Its luck. and just because they had 3 boys first doesn't mean they can't naturally have girls.

And even if they did, why the hell do you care?

odd post !

EmmaBGoode Wed 16-Feb-11 14:08:24

It's possible. Probably quite likely, actually. Especially as they live in LA and most fertility clinics there do PGD for gender selection. Of course, they will never tell if they have as I imagine that they would get a lot of stick.

lockets Wed 16-Feb-11 14:08:46

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MissVerinder Wed 16-Feb-11 14:08:50

Oh, Hetty, we are just pontificating. You know, for fun; because we can.

methodsandmaterials Wed 16-Feb-11 14:08:53

Why do you care?

BluddyMoFo Wed 16-Feb-11 14:09:12

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EmmaBGoode Wed 16-Feb-11 14:09:59

melikalikimaka, is this something that you are interested in for yourself? You seem to have done your research.

ssd Wed 16-Feb-11 14:10:07

wouldn't balme them

after having 3 boys I can imagine it would be nice to have a little girl

melikalikimaka Wed 16-Feb-11 14:10:17

Is it a matter of 'I want, I get!' with her?

fannyfoghorn Wed 16-Feb-11 14:10:46

I think they have ensured it is a girl and I don't think it is 'just their business' if they did - I think gender selection is immoral.

HettyAmaretti Wed 16-Feb-11 14:11:31

yy wacky name choices are interesting. Reproductive choices are not. To me at least.

Hope she has a good pregnancy and birth and a healthy child. Just as I would with anyone else. Further than that I couldn't give a fuck.

lockets Wed 16-Feb-11 14:12:52

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megapixels Wed 16-Feb-11 14:13:45

I think I remember reading that she would name a girl she had Luna.
(Not 100% sure though, I don't usually read celeb articles)

BluddyMoFo Wed 16-Feb-11 14:14:05

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Vallhala Wed 16-Feb-11 14:14:53

Good luck to her if she did. It's she who is going to have to bear and rear the child, not me.

Gender selection in this manner might become a bit of an issue if the majority of the world have access to it. As that is likely to be down to money I think it's safe to say that we're light-years away from needing to worry about the possible, alleged decisions of a very small minority.

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