Sharing a sweet video at the time, the influencer said: “I think it’s finally starting to sink in…our surrogate mother is pregnant!!”
Georgie and Jamie had previously hoped to do an embryo transfer over in the Ukraine last year but due to the war, it meant the pair were forced to delay their journey to becoming parents.
Georgie was also diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017 shortly after the birth of her first child, Pia, and ever since has been very open with her decision to go down the surrogacy route in order to welcome a second child.
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Now, the influencer is sharing more details on her remarkable journey.
Answering a fan’s query in a recent Instagram Q&A session about fertility, Georgie said: “I never in my wildest dreams thought we would ever use our frozen embryos.”
“I was in a complete fog doing IVF. I had cancer and Pia was 7 months old.
“I remember having a beauty advent calendar and opening a door every night after my injections,” she continued.
“That was my ritual to get through it every day.”
“Then four years later I was thinking of these little embryos fertilised with my 32-year-old eggs and I have never been so grateful that I did something.”
Sharing advice for those who are starting their egg-freezing journey, Georgie added: “Try not to be stressed, lean into it, treat yourself through it and trust your gut.”
Well said, Georgie!