Woman, financially aided by George Michael for IVF, delivers boy

Brunilde Fioravanti
Settembre 17, 2017

The woman who singer George Michael anonymously gave £9,000 to for IVF treatment has welcomed a baby boy.

Lynette Gillard has been desperately trying to have a baby for 13 years, with George donating the generous sum after seeing her try to win money for the treatment in a 2008 episode of Deal Or No Deal.

Ms Gillard had been desperate to conceive since 2005 and went on the game show in a bid to get enough cash for another round of IVF - but walked away with just £3,000.

However, Michael was moved by her fight to get pregnant and chose to give her the donation so she could pay for another round of IVF.

He donated £9,000 on condition he remained anonymous.

The condition was treated, but the ninth round of IVF failed.

However, the pair made a decision to try one last time but Gillard ended up conceiving naturally.

She told The Sun on Sunday: "I found out I was pregnant on the day he died".

Things get even more poetic as Lynette revealed she found out she was pregnant on Christmas Day 2016 - the same day George died from natural causes - and believes he's watching over her son every step of the way.

Lynette learned that she was pregnant on Christmas Day. "Thank you. RIP George what an fantastic person". His hit Jesus to a Child was playing and it felt surreal.

"I hope he's looking down smiling, knowing I have what I've always longed for".

'His songs were playing on the radio when we went for our first scan and when I was in labour.

George tracked Lynette down through Channel 4 and gave her the money, and now Lynette has paid fitting tribute to the star following her son's birth.

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