Couple's bravery is credit to them
THERE won't be a dry eye when the story of Scunthorpe couple Hayley Jackson and Pete Heseltine is shown on Channel 4's One Born Every Minute.
The cameras will feature the birth of their son, Kaiden Heseltine, at Leeds General Infirmary and then the heartache that he died of CDH when he was just six days old.
Hayley and Pete have been left devastated by their son's death – but are now determined to raise awareness of the condition. The story of Kaiden's battle will be watched by millions on Wednesday, March 27.
It can't have been an easy decision to allow it to be aired.
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But by doing so, they are putting the condition into the public spotlight and raising awareness can make such a difference in the future.
Their bravery is a credit to them.