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Frances Simmons

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2017-01-26 at 21:40:49


Following a cancer diagnoses in 2013 Frances underwent a radical hysterectomy meaning that she could no longer carry a child herself. Despite this setback Frances and her husband Mark were determined to one day have children and began to investigate the possibility of surrogacy. Three years later, after an incredible GS journey the result was not only a beautiful little girl but also lifelong friendships and the possibility of a sibling in the near future. Frances and Mark are both teachers and live in Surrey.

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