Britain's Got Talent star shares sweet photos after welcoming first baby
Britain's Got Talent star Ashley Glazebrook and his fiancé Liam Durbridge welcomed their first baby via a surrogate back in January. Now, Ashley has shared more sweet photos of their newborn daughter Tillie.
Taking to Instagram earlier this week, the Twist and Pulse dancer posted adorable snaps of Tillie in a baby-pink bunny onesie.
Fittingly, he captioned the post: "I know it's not Easter yet but look at our little bunny."
At the time of Tillie's birth in January, Ashley wrote in the caption of an Instagram post: "That's our beautiful little girl. We can’t stop staring at you tiny Tillie, you have completely stolen our hearts and I still can’t believe you’re all ours. Dad life is just the greatest."
Tillie was delivered by Abbie, who herself is a mother of three, and the couple paid tribute to her for helping them start a family of their own.
"We would never be able to put into words how thankful we are to this incredible woman," they wrote in a joint Instagram post.
Ashley and Liam opted for gestational surrogacy, in which there's no biological link between the baby and the surrogate.
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Speaking about the experience, the happy couple, and why she chose to be a surrogate, Abbie said in a statement (via Instagram): "Something so simple as having a family really is taken for granted, when I gave birth to my third child it finally sunk in how important family was. I finally felt 'complete' and I had that family unit that I'd longed for."
"This then made me feel so desperate for the couples that were childless. Why couldn't they have a family like me? How is it fair that they will never experience that rush of love for their baby?
"I knew I could make a difference. And seeing a family be created in front of your very eyes in that delivery room knowing you made that possible is the most indescribable feeling!” she added.
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Meanwhile, Britain's Got Talent went through a massive shake-up recently when judge David Walliams left the show after previous comments about contestants came to light.
Strictly Come Dancing's Bruno Tonioli is replacing Walliams, with existing judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden all returning.
Britain's Got Talent airs on ITV1 and ITVX.
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