While Bridget may not be as close to Hef as her former costar Kendra Wilkinson is, she stayed pretty neutral after fellow Hefner ex Holly Madison dropped an explosive memoir about her time in the mansion.
"But I just wanted to make sure I had the possibility, so I froze my eggs back then and that was my insurance policy for later on in life."After a cycle of IVF failed, she and Carpenter decided to use her frozen eggs.
“We decided to go ahead and thaw my eggs that I had retrieved at the mansion, and none of them survived the thaw,” she continued.
Madison, beginning as a 21-year-old waitress at Hooters, chased after Hefner for almost a year before finally earning a mansion invite.
Holly Madison reveals ex-boyfriend Hugh Hefner offered her drugs, calls him a ‘manipulator’ in new memoir She was confident things would only go so far sexually because Hefner’s other girlfriends reassured her they didn't actually have to sleep with the Playboy don.
Apparently, Bridget and her man tried to get pregnant naturally and via IVF before thawing the eggs she had frozen years prior.
The former Girls Next Door star, 43, told Australia’s The Morning Show that she was still in touch with the 91-year-old magazine founder for “a while” after she left the mansion in 2009.Perhaps the industry vet's 2012 marriage to Crystal Hefner has something to do with this tension? Still the 43-year-old's falling out with Hefner is nothing compared to her recent fertility struggles.During Monday's interview, the reality TV star opened up about how her multiple fertility treatments have failed.When you're a celebrity, hiding your secrets is no easy task, especially in the age of digital media.Camera phones and Twitter can turn anyone into the paparazzi, and you never know who you can trust because friends and even family can be enticed to dish by dollar signs.“I was still going back to some of the parties occasionally.