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Rebecca Newson

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-12-10 at 00:47:30


Rebecca and her husband’s journey began 10 years ago and after 21 IVF cycles and 2 separate failed domestic surrogacy journeys they turned to the Ukraine . They very quickly settled on Lotus Surrogacy and once they sorted finances their journey commended. Within eight weeks they were in Kyiv meeting their surrogate. Their first attempt failed but their second led to pregnancy. Their first daughter was born 29th November 2018, a day before 40 weeks gestation. They embarked on a sibling journey and that came to fruition during Covid in 2020.

 

Rebecca Newson

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