Kim K.’s Tipsy Baby Revelation Highlights the Importance of Discretion for Surrogacy Agencies, says Global Surrogacy Services

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The Los Angeles-based agency comments that respecting wishes regarding the privacy of intended parents, surrogates, and offspring is among its highest priorities.

Whether or not intended parents are in the public eye, they and their gestational surrogates have the absolute right to maintain a zone of privacy, says Global Surrogacy Services.

"Both intended parents and surrogates have the right to determine where and how much information they care to reveal."

A September 4 article on Us Magazine reports on last winter’s earlier-than-planned public revelation of the imminent arrival of Psalm West – the third child Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West have had via gestational surrogacy. It turns out that the source of the leak was Ms. Kardashian herself. “I told someone at Christmas Eve and I don’t remember who because I was drunk,” she says in a bonus clip from the recent season of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” The reality superstar says that she has given up drinking as a result. Global Surrogacy Services says that one of its primary aims is to let the intended parents involved in a parental journey make their own decisions about how much information they want to share, who they want to share that information with, and when they want to share it.

Both intended parents and surrogates have the right to determine where and how much information they care to reveal and protecting that right is one of its most important duties, says Global Surrogacy Services. Of course, celebrities and VIPs typically have very special needs in this area. The agency says that it understands that some high-profile intended parents may want to maintain complete privacy about their new child, while others may wish to go fairly public with their happy news – but always on their own specific terms. Of course, nearly all intended parents and surrogates are going to want to maintain some degree of privacy; people who are not in any way well-known will often want to keep the process completely private, says the agency. The agency emphasizes that discretion and respect for the wishes of all parties are always at the center of its efforts.

Global Surrogacy Services adds that complete and total discretion is a part of its overall commitment to doing everything possible to ensure the wellbeing of intended parents, surrogates, and offspring. From selecting the very best available fertility specialists and ob-gyn doctors to the most respected family law specialists to navigate the complex thicket of laws and red tape necessary for gestational surrogacy, every aspect of the process is approached with the most painstaking attention to detail in ensuring a successful and happy outcome for all parties.

Intended parents and potential surrogates who would like to find out more are encouraged to call Global Surrogacy Services at (800) 355-2009 or visit its website at

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