The couple, seen here in a tender moment, found out that Giuliana was in the early stages of breast cancer during a mammogram while undergoing in vitro fertilization for the third time. She announced the news on the Today show on Oct. 17 this year, but had a very positive outlook. "I still want this baby...because this baby has saved my life," she said. "I truly feel God was looking out after me—if I had gotten pregnant later down the line, I could have been a lot sicker." Three days later, her hubby said, "She's a trouper, she pulled through it," after she underwent a double lumpectomy.