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[BLANK_AUDIO] Hi, my name is Samantha. Everyone says it's harder to have a baby after the age of 35, but celebrities like Halle Berry seems to be doing just fine. What's the real cut off age for having a baby? All right, Dr Nita. Okay, so technically there isn't an official cut off age for having a baby. Every woman is going to be a little different. With that being said, we talk about the age of 35 because overall That's when we see a significant decrease in the quantity and the quality of a womans eggs. Additional we see an increased risk of pregnancy complications like high blood pressure, diabetes, still birth, miscarriages, things like that. As far as celebrities, just realized that not necessarily Halle Berry, not trying to get in her business, But a lot celebrities will use infertility specialists. And celebrities that are older, sometimes they are using donor eggs. Meaning, they're using a younger person's egg. They're combining that with a sperm, and then the egg and sperm are implanted into her uterus and then they grow the baby. So it's not impossible to have a baby when you're 35 or older But when it comes to your ovaries, 40 is not the new 20. Like you may look great on the outside but unfortunately, your ovaries are 40 or 45 or 50. Your ovaries will age. [BLANK_AUDIO]

Halle Berry Gets Serenaded By Common As Fans Speculate If The Actress Is Pregnant

While Halle's still reeling from her one-on-one with Common, Twitter wants to know if the actress is indeed pregnant.

While Halle Berry had the entire internet wondering if she’s expecting her third child, the actress was enjoying her time at the 16th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball in L.A. on Saturday.

Dressed in a silver sequin dress, the 50-year-old slayed the red carpet before celebrating the organization that supports low-income and homeless individuals. One of the individuals being honored was rapper Common for his activism work.

Gregg DeGuire

So it only made sense for two of Hollywood’s most attractive people to get on stage together.



Halle hopped on stage to be serenaded by Common, who performed his classic love song, “Come Close” to her.

“Who me?,” Common captioned the video on Instagram. “Oh..I ain’t do too much last night. Just freestyled to @halleberry at the #butterflyball what you do last night?”

Common had fun getting the audience excited, but the most excited person may have been Halle, who left a comment on his post.

“You’re amazing… I loved being with you last night!”

And while Halle seems to be reeling from her time with the handsome rapper, fans want to know — are we having a baby or not?