41-year-old Kerry Katona already has five children, her eldest daughters are 20 and 18 years old, and she would be happy if her daughters became pregnant. After the birth of her youngest seven-year-old daughter, it turned out that she was not breathing and the child had to be connected to a special device. It was a difficult period. Therefore, Kerry is currently considering the option of surrogacy to increase the family. And first, she is definitely going to freeze her egg. In England, surrogacy is legal but altruistic, with surrogate mothers receiving payments only to cover costs associated with the pregnancy. Gestational surrogacy requires in vitro fertilization by IVF with eggs from the intended mother or a donor. At the same time, the surrogate mother has no biological connection with the child.