Harry Judd's wife Izzy has once again opened up about her struggle with IVF. The 33-year-old welcomed her first child with Harry in 2016 after a round of IVF. She took to her Instagram page to share a heartfelt post, showing her gratitude for becoming a mother to her little girl. "Two years ago today.... on the 29th April our little embryo was put back home and I've carried her every day since," she wrote alongside a picture of her daughter.
"To anyone going through IVF or about to go through their transfer, never stop believing that your miracle is waiting for you," she added. "The beauty of being lucky enough to see Lola as an embryo, watching her being put back home and seeing the light flashing across the screen as she was released is the closest to magic I've ever been. It wasn't the way @juddymcfly and I thought we would conceive but it was every bit as romantic. Always believe amazing things will happen #DaretoDream."
The couple welcomed their daughter, Lola Rose Emma Judd, into the world on January 25 2016, and introduced her exclusively to HELLO! last February. Discussing her arrival at the time, McFly drummer Harry said: "You are just floating in a cloud of love. It’s amazing. Our wedding day was the best day of my life and this was a similar feeling but times ten. Being a dad just feels right. It feels quite natural. It is the best thing ever."
Last month, Izzy and Harry announced that they are now expecting their second baby. The proud father shared a photo of Izzy and their young daughter Lola sitting next to each other in matching dungarees, both pointing at their stomachs. The picture was simply captioned: "Lola, where’s baby?" Meanwhile, Izzy said their little one was a 'miracle' as they have conceived naturally. "Harry, Lola and I are so happy to share our news," she wrote. "After having IVF to conceive Lola people used to say to me you'll probably fall pregnant naturally next time. I wondered how it would ever be that simple after all the difficulties we have previously faced. I never believed we would be lucky enough, but whilst writing Dare to Dream this little miracle happened. I want to give others hope that amazing things can happen."