Celebs who've had prem babies


Hollywood pregnancies are all the glam, but what about those babies who were born prematurely and landed up in the NICU? They are real stars and along with their famous parents, they've made it through. 

Here are just some celebrities and their kids who've grown up to be healthy and strong: 

Sherri Shepard

After struggling to have a baby, Sherri Shepard got pregnant with twins after IVF treatment. However, her daughter died in utero and her son Jeffery (10-years-old), was born at 25 weeks in April 2005. 

A photo posted by Sherri (@sherrieshepherd) on

Charlie Sheen & Brooke Meuller

Charlie Sheen's twin boys were born a month early in March 2009 and have grown into adorable 6-year-olds. 

Julia Roberts & Danny Moder 

Julia's twins Hazel and Phinneaus were born at 36 weeks on 28 November 2004 (without complications).

Melissa Gilbert

Melissa Gilbert (star of Dancing with the stars and Little House on the Prairie) gave birth to her son Michael at 28 weeks early in October 1995. 

19 years ago I was blessed with the birth of this boy. Happy birthday Michael Garrett Boxleitner!!

A photo posted by Melissa Gilbert (@notsohalfapint) on

Kim Kardashian West & Kanye West

Due to medical complications, Kim gave birth to little North 3-5 weeks before her actual due date. North is as cute as button!

Faith Hill

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's daughter Aubrey was born 8 weeks prematurely as Faith's amniotic fluid was almost gone by that time. 

A photo posted by Faith Hill (@faithhill) on

Ne-yo & Monyetta Shaw

Ne-yo's first born, Madilyn Grace Smith, was born 2 month2 premature and is now the apple of her dad's eye. 

She's 4, I'm 35 and I'M the silly one?? Love my princess. #Maddie??????

A photo posted by NE-YO (@neyo) on

Celine Dion

In 2010 the music diva gave birth to premature twin boys, Nelson and Eddy.

A photo posted by Celine Dion (@celinedion) on

Anna Faris & Chris Pratt

Scary Movie star Anna Faris and hubby Chris Pratt welcomed their baby boy Jack into the world 9 weeks early.

A photo posted by Anna Faris (@annafaris) on

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