Former "The Girls Next Door" star Bridget Marquardt is going public with her fertility struggles.
In an interview with Australia's The Morning Show, the reality star said she's undergone several failed fertility treatments.
Bridget said she's gone through three rounds of IVF and she also had her eggs frozen nine years ago as an "insurance policy for later on in life," but none of that has worked.
"None of my eggs survived," she said. "It was devastating for me, all this time I thought I had an amazing insurance policy but it didn't work out."
The blonde bombshell decided not to keep her struggle a secret in an effort to help others going through the same thing.
"I thought I was doing the smart thing and the right thing, and I do still think it was, it just didn't work out for me," the former Playboy model said.
Bridget, who is engaged to her longtime boyfriend Nicholas Carpenter, rose to fame over the last decade as one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends. These days, though, she doesn't speak to her ex much.
"He told me there was always an open door," she told the radio show. "But I heard that that's not quite true lately. I called and tried to go to the mansion earlier this year but I'm just getting the run around."