In a first for New Zealand both parents are listed as 'mother' on the birth certificate.
Photo: Getty Madonna has had a busy few days. She’s performing on Ellen everyday this week (entertaining guests like Justin Bieber) while also promoting her 13th studio album Rebel Heart, which has already reached top billing on the Billboard 200. So we understand why she may be a little late to chime into the whole Dolce & Gabbana kerfuffle involving their stance on “non-traditional” (read: gay) families and children that were conceived via IVF. Their comments, published in Italy’s Panorama magazine, insinuated that IVF produces “children of chemistry, synthetic children. Uteruses for rent, semen chosen from a catalog.” Elton John, who had two sons via IVF, was among the first to respond, calling for a boycott of Dolce & Gabbana products.