Couple who fell pregnant by following the show’s drug-free conception plan introduce their newborn for the first time
- Kathryn and Dan Edwards visited the This Morning fertility clinic in June last year
- She was diagnosed with polycystic ovaries and he had reduced sperm count
- Changed lifestyle after clinic and followed almost entirely vegan diet
- Couple, from the midlands, introduced their newborn for the first time on show
A couple who appeared on This Morning’s fertility clinic have introduced their newborn baby for the first time, after the show’s conception plan helped them get pregnant.
Kathryn and Dan Edwards, from the Midlands, originally appeared on the show last year, where they revealed that GPs had warned their chances of falling pregnant were greatly reduced due to fertility problems.
After trying for three years, they took part in a This Morning fertility clinic in Devon, and went on to change their lifestyle in accordance with the programme’s four- month conception plan, devised by Dr Larisa Corda.
The drug-free plan included removing chemical cleaners from their home and eating a largely vegan diet, and the couple claim that the eco-friendly plan changed their lives.
Today, the couple appeared on the sofa – with hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield where they introduced their newborn baby, Freddie, and Kathryn told how she’s a ‘different person’ since visiting the clinic.