Earlier this week, Georgie Crawford revealed her excitement at returning home following the birth of her second child, Tahlie.
Both Georgie and her husband, Jamie are currently in Georgia after their baby girl was delivered by their surrogate in late September.
The pair have started their exit process in the hopes of returning home with baby Tahlie soon, with Georgie taking to Instagram to update her followers on how things are currently progressing.
“The paperwork is going really well. We’ve completed the DNA test,” she began.
Georgie then revealed why they can’t bring Tahlie home just yet, adding: “Basically there’s loads of paperwork that has to be done to prove that she is Irish.
“And then we have to get an emergency passport for her so that’s what we’re waiting for.”
Getting a bit emotional, Georgie admitted to feeling quite homesick, having been away in Georgia since mid-September.
“Today I feel like really miss my family and my house, and I’m just dying to go home.
“Then other days I feel fine and I could stay forever. But I’m just really homesick today so we’re just going to mind ourselves.”
It’s certainly been a long road for both Georgie and Jamie to get to this point, with Georgie having always been very open and honest about their story.
After matching with a surrogate in 2021, the couple’s embryo transfer was meant to take place at the start of 2022 but, due to the rising political tensions in Ukraine, where their surrogate was based, they decided to put this on hold.
When war broke out their embryos were lost in the country, until they were rescued and taken to safety. Georgie and Jamie decided to restart the process, this time in Georgia, and announced they were expecting in April.