Yes but she did have to have masses of drug therapy to reverse the menopause.
Naturally it stope a bit earlier - depends how old you are MDWW.
I was pregnant at 41 and Cherie Blair did it at 45 so you've probably got time, altough not necessarily for 10 of them.
Sponge, she didn't have any therapy to reverse the menopause. There is no such thing. She had donor eggs (ie someone much younger's eggs).
Fertility is very variable. There have been cases of women concieving naturally in their fifties, but this is very rare. It is pretty normal to be able have babies in your (normally early) forties though.
Sorry you're right, but she did have 10 years of fertility treatment so she didn't conceive "naturally". Nothing wrong with that but if you're after a large family you're more likely to get there if you can pregnant without intervention I'd have thought.
Certainly pregnany in your early to mid 40s isn't at all unusual but after this it becomes rarer and more prone to complications.
In my experience it is all a bit more tiring as an older mum (both the pregnancy and the v small baby phase) but otherwise still wonderful.