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Henry Leggett

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-12-13 at 00:01:30


From the first FTS event Henry & Lisa Leggett attended three years ago, it was clear they were determined to make surrogacy work for them. Their support for the Australian Surrogacy Community and their shared journey with their surrogate Emmy Gwynne has been an inspiration to many. For the first time Henry will talk about their journey, from sourcing donor eggs from their best friend Kate King to matching with a local surrogate, to pregnancy attempts, to supporting Emmy’s needs and their own through the emotional landscape of surrogacy

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