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Giuliana Rancic’s Biggest Struggle with Being a Mom

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Giuliana Rancic and her husband, Bill, are proud parents to their three-week-old son, Edward Duke. The two worked a long time to finally have their dream come true of becoming parents, but on NBC’s “Today,” Giuliana admitted there’s one struggle she faces being a new mom — leaving her son.

“I left last night, it was harder than I thought, I was crying when I left,” the “E!” television host told Savannah Guthrie Wednesday about leaving Edward home with Bill.

Giuliana said they worked so long to make this happen, that no one will ever hear them complaining about parenthood or the duties involved in raising a baby. In fact, she and Bill fight over who gives their son feedings in the middle of the night.

The delivery was a very special time for the Rancics. She said when Edward was born they all cried hysterically with joy.

When “Bill and Giuliana” airs on the STYLE network October 2, the Rancics will introduce the woman who carried Edward for them — Delphine. They kept her identity a secret throughout the entire pregnancy so she wouldn’t be stressed out. Now Delphine is happy to be introduced because she feels being a “surrogate” is a great way to help families make their dreams come true. In the first episode of the show, Bill, Giuliana, and Delphine take a tour of the Denver hospital where she gave birth. It will be a great behind-the-scenes look at where the Rancics saw their newborn son for the very first time.

Baby Edward Duke is one very lucky boy to have Bill and Giuliana Rancic as parents. The hard struggles they both encountered to bring him into the world have made them appreciate this gift all the more.

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