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Felicity Kennedy

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2017-10-25 at 06:26:27


Felicity’s autoimmune condition was always destined to make pregnancy difficult for her. She and her husband had 9 IVF transfers, 4 miscarriages and the stillbirth of their daughter in Australia before investigating surrogacy. Her son Jackson was born in Oklahoma in June 2017 after their first transfer with the help of Agency for Surrogacy Solutions. She has just welcomed a daughter, Harper, with the same surrogate. Flick will discuss births in the US in the Covid-19 era

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