- A 39-year-old woman, Rebecca Brown, has finally become a parent after she had her baby girl through IVF
- Rebecca had to fund the procedure with £250,000 (R4 953 989) from her family £1 million (R19 815 956,55) lottery win in 2016
- The new mother said that she never thought everything would turn out as successful as it did
Rebecca Brown, a 39-year-old single mum and nurse, has become a parent after she funded an IVF treatment from £1 million (R19 815 956,55) family lottery money.
Sun UK reports that with the help of a donor, she had a girl-child at the Nottingham hospital, a baby she named Priceless.
For the IVF to take place, the nurse had to shell out a whopping amount of £12,000 (R237 791,48) from her £250,000 (R4 953 989) share of the family lottery money.
It should be noted that she had been warned about having kids by her doctors after they found out that she had pre-cancerous cells in her cervix.
In her reaction to the amazing news of having a new baby girl, the new mother said she is still dazed and the reality is new.
Another thing worthy of note is that Brown got the money as part of her family win in a 2016 lottery.
She also said that she cried a bit and never for once thought that her pursuit of having a kid of her own will be this successful, Briefly.co.za gathered.
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