A woman who was given £9,000 for IVF treatment by the late George Michael has given birth.
Lynette Gillard spent 13 years battling to conceive.
However, Michael was moved by her fight to get pregnant and made a decision to give her the donation so she could pay for another round of IVF.
She won £3,000, but George Michael was watching the show and secretly contacted the show's bosses to offer the remaining £9,000.
The donation meant that Gillard and her partner could afford to pay for some medical tests which identified cells in her body which killed embryos.
The condition was treated, but her ninth round of IVF still failed.
However, the pair chose to try one last time but Gillard ended up conceiving naturally.
Almost ten years later, she has given birth to a healthy baby boy with the help of George's generous gift - and named her son after the famous singer who sadly passed away in December 2016.
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Seth Hart is now two weeks old and has been given the middle name George as a tribute to the singer.
And in another twist of fate, Lynette found out she was pregnant on Christmas Day 2016, the day George died.
"I found out I was pregnant on the day he died".
She stated, "I hope he's looking down smiling, knowing I have what I've always longed for. Thank you. RIP George what an unbelievable person".
'His songs were playing on the radio when we went for our first scan and when I was in labour.
"I feel that George has been with me every step of the way".
Another tweeted: "A lady from a children's charity told me they were only still afloat because of George Michael".
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