Bill and Giuliana Rancic Talk Family Health, Parenthood

The Rancics open up about their new movement, “Healthing,” plus infertility, cancer and staying fit.

The Rancics open up about their new movement, “Healthing,” plus infertility, cancer and staying fit
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Speaking of staying healthy, do you two enjoy working out together?

BR: We do, we work out together every day. Sometimes we go on long runs, and we're going to hopefully train for a marathon. We got the baby in a jogger stroller now, and he absolutely loves it. We take him hiking—I strap on one of those baby carriers, which I never thought I'd do. This little guy is an adventurer; he loves being outdoors.

You struggled with infertility for a long time. How has that affected you?

BR: We're really advocates for people having trouble becoming parents, because we struggled with it for a long time. We try to do as much as we can to let people know they're not alone. Infertility affects 1 in 4 couples. Those people shouldn't feel ashamed or feel a stigma attached to it, because it's not their fault.