SURROGATE MOTHER: Woman without womb welcomes miracle baby with help of surrogate
At just 16, Kitty Cunningham was told she was born without a womb and would never carry a baby.
She was diagnosed with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome (known as MRKH), which means the internal vagina and uterus are underdeveloped or absent.
Heartbroken, Kitty tried not to think about it as she got older but now in her 30s and married to James, 31, she realised she wanted to be a mum, so they turned to surrogacy. Her dream came true after meeting Jemma Black, 34, a full-time mum, through charity Surrogacy UK.