Izzy Judd on her fertility dilemma - 'I do struggle - we have one more frozen embryo'
13.02.2024 - 16:27
Izzy Judd has always been open about her conception struggles and IVF journey.
The influencer and violinist, 39, who is married to McFly drummer Harry Judd, was told she would be unlikely to conceive naturally after being diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome in her twenties. Now, following a tough road to parenthood, the couple share daughter Lola, eight, and sons Kit, six, and Lockie, two.
But would they like to expand their brood in the future? "No," Izzy laughed during an interview with OK!. "But I do struggle a bit with that, purely because we have one more frozen embryo." However, she adds that husband Harry, 38, isn't on board with the idea.
"I think if Harry was here now he’d be going, 'Absolutely no way,'" she said. Izzy previously suffered a heartbreaking miscarriage after their first round of IVF, before joyfully welcoming Lola.
Less than a year later, against all odds, Izzy fell pregnant naturally with Kit. And in 2021, after six months of trying to conceive a third child, Izzy discovered she was pregnant once again with Lockie.
She previously revealed: “There were moments where we thought we wouldn’t even be able to have one child, so to have three now, I feel as though we’re very lucky." Meanwhile, Izzy is currently supporting Little Moments Together, a campaign about the importance of the early years of a child’s life in terms of their brain development and the crucial role parents and caregivers play in this. Opening up about her work with them, she explained: "I was really interested in this campaign because it’s even the simplest things like chatting to Lockie and saying, 'Mummy’s putting the clothes in the washing machine,' or 'Let’s put the blue bowl in the dishwasher.' "It’s having that reminder