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Strange World Mother gives birth to son’s baby

A mother in the UK has entered the record books as the first woman to bear her gay son's baby through artificial insemination.

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Kyle Casson is the father and brother of baby Myles. play

Kyle Casson is the father and brother of baby Myles.

(Daily Mail)

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When young Miles Casson grows up, he would surely be shocked with the reality that his father is also his brother while his mother is actually his grandmother.

That is the strange scenario that played out when 27-year-old Kyle Casson of the United Kingdom, a single and gay man wanted desperately to have a baby of his own.

He needed a surrogate mother for his child and after being denied the chance by many surrogacy clinics across the country, he turned to his 45-year-old mother, Anne-Marie Casson for help, and she gladly offered to carry the baby for him.

With her husband's permission, Kyle mother went through the process of artificial insemination and nine months later, had Miles through cesarean section.

Baby Miles, now eight months old, is the biological child of Kyle Casson as they used his sperm and an anonymous donor egg, which was implanted in the womb of his mother.

In the eyes of the law, Miles is also his father’s brother.

Casson, a supermarket employee in Doncaster, is the first single man to have a child through surrogacy in the country, and the first to use his own mother as a surrogate.

Watch a video of Kyle talking about his joy.


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