Vivica A Fox regrets after not having a baby. Know about her husband and married life
Vivica Anjanetta Fox is an American television host, actress, and producer who first began her career with the roles on the daytime television soap operas Days of Our Lives and Generations. Later, she also appeared on starring role opposite Patti LaBelle in the Out All Night.
Speaking of her relationship, Vivica has always been rumored and spotted dating several celebrities. She was once married to Christopher Harvest and was also engaged to Omar "Slimm" White. To be clearer, she was involved in 8 relationships in total. But, she did not have any children. Find out everythiing.
Vivica A. Fix Marriage Life
If you are still confused whether Vivica is married or not, then let me make you clear, Vivica A. Fox was once married to Christopher Harvest in the year 1998. Vivica has always been secretive regarding her personal information thus has not revealed anything about her husband and her marriage life.
First of all, their relationship was going smooth. The couple lived together for around 4 years together but things went wrong. The problems arose thus the couple got divorced in 2002-
During their whole marital life, the couple didn't have any children. It was like Vivica was totally focusing on her career and didn't want any children or anything that would set her mind off.
Before marrying Christopher, Vivica was spotted dating American boxer Terry Norris. She was also rumored to be dating American actor Jamie Foxx in the year 1997. And in the same year, she also dated American basketballer Dennis Rodman.
Vivica A. Fox feels regret after not having the baby?
While interviewed about her biggest regret, she explained that she wished to have a child of her own. She also explained that whenever she see someone enjoying their motherhood, it breaks her deep inside and she regrets it all along.Additionally, Vivica A. Fox was recently invited in one of the talk shows and was asked about her biggest regret where she explained about missing motherhood.
Should I just have a baby with a man who is not my husband, but could it be good parenting? Should I consider a donor from a sperm bank? Should I become a god mom? Or should I adopt a baby? These were the very real question she always had to ask herself with each passing birthday.