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Sarah Bentley

by Olivia


Posted on 2018-09-05 at 23:46:49


Sarah Bentley became a mummy through surrogacy in 2014 and 2017. After 7 years of suffering tragic losses Sarah was unfortunately diagnosed with a rare medical condition which meant that she was unable to carry children herself and turned to surrogacy as a route to achieving her family. She and her husband joined COTS in 2012 and were lucky enough to find an amazing surrogate willing to help them achieve their dream of becoming parents. Today they are the proud parents to two little boys aged 4 and 20 months. Sarah has joined the team at COTS to help support and guide other IPs in their surrogacy journeys.

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