‘Vanderpump Rules’ Star Scheana Marie Considers Freezing Embryos After Miscarriage
As Scheana Marie and Brock Davies prepare to celebrate their one-year anniversary, the Vanderpump Rules cast member is thinking ahead to their future family and is considering what it will take to conceive children with her boyfriend.
During the August 28 episode of her podcast, Scheananigans, the reality star said that when it comes to planning for kids, she’s considering freezing her embryos, but is not taking any steps toward doing so quite yet. After all, she and Brock aren’t ready for kids at this point and didn’t mean to get pregnant earlier this year.
“I think so. I don’t think that is on the agenda right now, but I think before I were to go through a third round of freezing eggs, we would do embryos,” Scheana explained, according to a report shared by Us Weekly magazine.
“We can definitely have that conversation moving forward,” Brock added. “We’ll just deal with that one when we come up to it.”
Scheana was able to conceive her first baby with Brock months ago, but it was not planned. This was after she was told that a natural pregnancy would be “close to impossible” for her. As fans of Vanderpump Rules will recall, Scheana confirmed that she was having her eggs frozen during the eighth season of the show last year.
Continuing on about their future, Brock said he isn’t “a genie” and didn’t know what the future holds for the two of them.
In June, after learning she had miscarried her first child, Scheana told her fans and followers that she learned during a routine doctor visit that her baby no longer had a heartbeat. Understandably, Scheana was devastated by the news of her child’s passing and admitted that she and Brock were “so excited” beforehand.
While Scheana, who is 35 years old, and Brock, whose age is not known, aren’t ready to start a family quite yet, she did reveal on the show that she made the decision to freeze her eggs years ago after coming to the realization that her biological clock was ticking. She didn’t want to be unable to have kids once she was ready.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, Scheana opened up about her miscarriage during a past episode of her podcast, telling her audience that the process of having to pass her child was a “complete mindf*ck.”
“I know there’s still something there, but I haven’t passed it yet,” she tragically revealed.
Scheana and Brock confirmed their romance publicly in November of last year and have been together ever since.