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Giuliana Rancic Considers Quitting Her Job to Be a Stay-at-Home Mom

USMagazine, Tuesday, December 4, 2012, 9:45am (PST)

There's no doubt Giuliana Rancic has taken a shine to first-time parenthood -- but would the super-busy E! News and Fashion Police hostess ever consider slowing down to become a stay-at-home mom? Maybe.

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Faced with being away from newborn son Edward Duke for the first time in September, Rancic, 37, contemplated quitting her job to stay at home with her then one-month-old.

"I'm sad. Today I have to leave for Tampa, Fla. to sell my clothing line on HSN, then I go directly to Los Angeles for the Emmys," Guiliana says in a preview clip from the Dec. 4 episode of STYLE's Giuliana & Bill. "I knew this day was coming -- that it was inevitable, but I have to be honest: I'm not ready."

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Despite her husband Bill's reassurance that the couple will both learn to strike the perfect work-family life balance, Giuliana isn't convinced. "Maybe I should quit right now! I don't want to go," she suggests in one emotional scene before breaking down in tears.

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Though she had initial misgivings about first-time motherhood, Rancic quickly got the hang of parenting little Duke, as the couple call their son. "It feels good. I'm not nervous at all -- I feel like I can take care of him," the new mom -- who welcomed her son via gestational surrogate in August -- has said. "I expected to be more flustered but I feel totally at ease. It's kind of amazing. I just feel like I know what he needs!"

Giuliana & Bill airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. (EST) on STYLE.

This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Giuliana Rancic Considers Quitting Her Job to Be a Stay-at-Home Mom

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