The son of a Chinese couple who died more than four years ago has been born to a surrogate mother, according to Chinese media.
Since surrogacy is illegal in China, they drove to Laos to find a mother with the help of an underground agency.
According to The Beijing News the newborn baby boy's parents were tragically killed in a crash in Yixing in Jiangsu province in March 2013 and had been undergoing fertility treatment before they died.
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Baby Tiantian was born in December 2017 in a hospital in Guangzhou, a port city to the northwest of Hong Kong.
The mother and father of those deceased bunch repeatedly visited with the hospital in Nanjing at which the frozen embryos have been stored, but senior hospital officials repeatedly denied to meet with them. After a complicated three-year legal battle-it involved suing each other, per the Times-they won.
Hong-kong - Following an extended legal battle in China with no known precedent, " a mother has given birth to a boy four decades following his mom and dad perished in a auto crash, a neighborhood paper has reported.
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The embryos also had to be transported by vehicle as no airline was willing to take responsibility for a thermos-sized bottle of liquid nitrogen.
His grandparents marveled at his tiny features: The baby had his late mother's eyes, but overall, he resembled his father, they said. The surrogate was shot on the tourist visa into China before the little one was first born. His grandparents named him Tiantian, or "sweet'".
Although he has no parents, his four grandparents have reportedly proven relations through DNA.
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They also revealed that they will tell their grandson about his parents deaths when he is older.
"We will definitely tell him in the future - how can we not?"
The grandparents have not decided how to tell Tiantian about his background.
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Shen said, "This boy is destined to be sad on his arrival into the world".