“Hollywood Medium” Tyler Henry told Jamie Chung during a reading that she will face obstacles in becoming a parent.
“In your life, one of your big purposes is going to be, to be a mother figure for a child. That’s something to keep in mind that without a doubt I know,” Henry told Chung in a clip published by E! on Tuesday. “The thing is, is how we get there, it seems a little complicated. We’re going to go through some hurdles to get there, is the way I would describe it.”
He continued, “It’s nothing to worry about, but if there are alternative forms of fertility that have to be done or if it takes a little while or if there is something unique with the pregnancy, just be very conscientious in the event that that is something you do.”
The former “Real World” star, who is married to actor Bryan Greenberg, said that at the age of 35, she is worried about timing.
“Because of my age … you know, it’s always a question of, like, should I wait, should I do it now?” she said. “It’s literally the topic that I think of waking up and it’s the topic that I think of when I’m going to sleep.”
Chung then asked Henry if the extra work to have a baby would be worth it, to which he responded, “Absolutely.”
“You can do it together [with Greenberg] and there’s ways it can be done together and it’s a strain that isn’t always going to be there,” he added.
Chung and Greenberg got married just outside of Santa Barbara in February 2015.