Question: What happened to Rachels baby?

We dont actually see Emma again, but presumably, Rachel got in contact with her mom to tell her not to take the one-year-old to Paris. But the last time Ross and Rachel tried to raise her in the same apartment, Rachel and Emma ended up moving in with Joey (Matt LeBlanc).

Does Rachel lose her baby on Friends?

After devoting just a few shows to character Rachel Green coping with the birth of a daughter, Emma, the baby appears to have completely disappeared from the new series, which is being shown in America. But once the children are born they all but vanish.

What happens after Rachel has the baby?

The song that plays when Rachel gives birth to the baby is River of Tears by Eric Clapton. After Rachel has the baby and Emma is being passed around to all of them, Chandler is the only one not to hold her, even though he is her uncle. This episode marks the final appearances of Cliff and Dr. Long.

Is Emma actually Rachels baby?

Baby Emma was the unexpected outcome of Ross (David Schwimmer) and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) getting together during the seventh season (although it wouldnt be revealed until season eight). Emma was actually played by twins Noelle and Cali Sheldon.

Did Rachel really give birth on Friends?

Rachel knew she was pregnant a couple of days before the wedding. Emma was born May 2002. Unreal. Also, as responses to the original post have since stated, its entirely possible that Rachel was actually pregnant the standard amount of time due to the break that the show took between seasons.

What happened to Ross and Rachels baby in the last episode?

Emma was supposed to move to Paris with Rachel In the last episode, Rachel boarded her plane while Emma stayed with Rachels mother Sandra, ready to follow a while later. But the last time Ross and Rachel tried to raise her in the same apartment, Rachel and Emma ended up moving in with Joey (Matt LeBlanc).

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