Martina Navratilova’s Wife Puts Adoption on Hold
Julia Lemigova, wife of tennis icon Martina Navratilova, says adoption is no longer a priority for her. The 50-year-old spoke to the Daily Mail about her dreams of having a big family and the challenges she faced when IVF proved unsuccessful.
But when Navratilova was diagnosed with both breast and throat cancer, Lemigova put her plans on hold. She says that her priority is Navratilova’s health, and the couple will take each day as it comes.
Navratilova also spoke about adoption on “Piers Morgan Uncensored,” saying that it was a good idea for a while, but her health struggles had put it into sharp focus. She also expressed concern about being an older parent and not having enough energy.
Despite their decision to put adoption on hold, Lemigova says she would be lying if she said it wouldn’t happen. For now, she just wants to enjoy every second with Navratilova and appreciate life.
It’s clear that Navratilova and Lemigova have their priorities straight, focusing on Navratilova’s health and their happiness together. Adoption may not be in the cards for them at the moment, but they’re both open to the idea if the time is right.