- Three years after Lucy Kelsall lost her husband to throat cancer, she gave birth to his twins through IVF
- The 37-year-old woman, who lost her husband David in 2017, gave birth using his frozen sperm
- According to the report, before his death Kelsall told him she was going to have his baby in the future and he was so surprised and happy
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A woman identified as Lucy Kelsall, who lost her husband David to throat cancer, has given birth to twins via IVF three years after he died. According to The Daily Mail, Lucy's husband froze his sperm before treatment made him infertile.
Briefly.co.za gathers that the 37-year-old woman, whose husband died in 2017, said she still can't get her head around the fact that she has a bit of David with her forever.
She gave birth to two healthy boys, David and Samuel, after her second round of IVF.
Speaking of her husband, Lucy said:
"A few days before he died I told him I was still going to have his baby and he was so surprised and happy.
"He looked so proud and he would have been an amazing father. One of them has David's long legs and big feet because he had size 15 feet and one has his green eyes."
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In other news, a courageous young woman has shocked social media after proposing marriage to the love of her life in public in a video that is fast going viral. In the video, the lady actually went on her knee as a man would normally do to a lady.
It was reported that the two have been long-time lovers but were yet to take their relationship to the next level by tying the knot.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a mother of four who did not know she was pregnant said she gave birth to a healthy baby girl in the toilet.
Grace Meachin said the birth of her last-born was during the period her husband was on the waiting list for a vasectomy. She said she had noticed no discernible bump, was taking her pill 'religiously' and still had periods.
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