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Giuliana and Bill Rancic to Have Second Baby Via Surrogate

Giuliana and Bill Rancic are already preparing for baby No. 2. The season finale of Giuliana & Bill ended on a cliff-hanger: The couple asked the woman who carried their first child Duke if she would consider carrying their second child. 

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Giuliana and Bill Rancic are already preparing for baby No. 2.

The season finale of Giuliana & Bill ended on a cliff-hanger: The couple asked the woman who carried their first child Duke if she would consider carrying their second child. 

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Talking to E! News later, Giuliana didn't want to reveal what happened next for fear of spoiling the reality show. "I can confirm that we definitely asked her and that we love our surrogate and that she is seriously considering it, but the truth is nothing's really happening right now, to be quite honest," she said. "But you'll see. Her answer might surprise a lot of people but that's gonna be on the new season that's in a few months."

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However, Bill told Life& Style that everything's all set with the surrogate. "We've got our [gestational] carrier, who carried Duke — she's on board! Having a brother or sister in the house is definitely in the future for Duke," he told the magazine.

Bill also said that when Giuliana is off her cancer-fighting medications in five years, they'd love to try on their own. Until then, the couple's quite content with surrogacy. "It doesn't matter how you get your little baby. When you're holding the baby in your arms and you see their smile, it doesn't matter," Bill said.