Royal watchers are buzzing with anticipation that there will soon be a royal baby announcement after Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex tied the knot 2 months ago.

In the photo above, Sentebale Ambassador Nacho Figuares, right, attempts to present the Sentebale Polo 2018 trophy to Prince Harry, left, as he and Meghan share an intimate moment after the Sentebale 2018 Polo match at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club in Windsor, England.

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Stephen and Ayesha Curry relax on vacation in St. Tropez

More and more parents are opting for In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) to guarantee their baby's sex will be a boy or a girl.

In the past, parents typically went through the IVF process because they were infertile and wanted to have children. But recent studies show more parents are opting for IVF to guarantee the sex or eye color of their babies.

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Beyonce

We all know Beyonce is pushing 40 years old but some people are just now figuring that out. Isn't that hilarious?

As women age, our eggs dry up and our ovaries stop producing new eggs. This is why Beyonce (allegedly) utilized a surrogate to deliver her only child, Blue Ivy.

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Kim Kardashian

American socialite Kim Kardashian is vigorously denying rumors that she chose the sex of her unborn son in an in vitro process that allows couples to chose their baby's sex. Kim's publicist fired off emails to blogs and media outlets today denying a report on UsWeekly.com.

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Kim Kardashian

Someone at a Beverly Hills fertility clinic let the cat out of the bag that musician Kanye West and socialite Kim Kardashian are expecting a boy.

After initially denying the rumor, Kim confirmed the happy news on social media on Sunday.

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Kim Kardashian

Socialite Kim Kardashian is venting her frustration on social media again. Last week she lashed out at talk Guru Wendy Williams for insinuating she was not pregnant and she was wearing a prosthetic, a la Beyonce.

This week Kim is disputing rumors that she and hubby Kanye West are expecting a boy.

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This is great news for women who have been unable to conceive babies. A new technique to remove slices of ovary, freeze it and transplant it back into women years later may put an end to infertility and the miserable symptoms of menopause.

28 babies have been born worldwide to formerly infertile patients who either had their own ovarian tissue transplanted or they received ovarian transplants from a twin sister.

Most of the children were conceived naturally without the need for IVF or drugs, according to UK's Daily Telegraph.

Women who are past their child bearing years will also be able to conceive naturally well into their 80s.

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