Couples use foreign surrogate to have baby girl and then leave her 1,500 miles away – World News

A couple used a surrogate to have the child last year but left the girl with their nanny before flying away to their homeland and never returning – now the nanny is forced to give the child up for adoption.

The little girl, now 16 months old, was cared for by the nanny and grew up as her own daughter
The little girl, now 16 months old, was cared for by the nanny and grew up as her own daughter

A couple used a surrogate to have a baby and later left her in another country 1,500 miles away.

The parents traveled to Ukraine in August 2020 after their baby was born to a surrogate mother.

But for unknown reasons, the couple returned to their homeland of Italy soon after and left the newborn, in the care of her nanny.

While they promised to return they never returned to take her and so the little girl, now 16 months old, was taken care of by the nanny who raised her as her own daughter.

Realizing that the parents might not return and worried about the legal consequences, the nanny contacted the Italian consulate to report that she could no longer afford to raise the child.








The little girl was flown to Malpensa, Italy, on 11 November
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A court determined that the little girl should be placed for adoption
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Italian authorities at the Juvenile Prosecutor’s Office were able to track down the parents and confirm that the couple did not intend to take their daughter back.

Now, a court has determined that the little girl should be put up for adoption, leaving the nanny devastated that she will have to give up on her.

Ukraine is among a handful of countries in which surrogate services are commercial and legal and the country offers a systematic and large-scale supply of replacement services to the world.








The news left the child’s nanny devastated that she would have to give up on her
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A shocking video last year showed nearly 50 surrogate babies crammed into a dormitory at a hotel in Kiev when the confinement prevented their parents from collecting them.

The parents from the UK, USA, Italy, Spain, France, Israel, Germany, China, Mexico, Romania and other countries paid between £ 5,745 and £ 57,365 for services from an organization that helped them with starting families.

But because of the pandemic causing countries to close their borders, the baby was cared for by employees in a so-called “baby factory”.

Last week, the Service for International Police Cooperation (SCIP) coordinated with the Italian Consulate in the Ukrainian capital to organize for the baby to be taken to Italy and placed for adoption.








Carolina Casini, a volunteer pediatrician of the Italian Red Cross, told the court that the baby slept for the entire duration of the trip in her arms.
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A team consisting of Italian Red Cross officials traveled to Ukraine to fly the girl to Italy.
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A team consisting of Italian Red Cross officials, including a pediatrician and a volunteer nurse, traveled to Ukraine to fly the girl to Italy.

The child was flown to Malpensa, on November 11 where she is currently being cared for by a foster family while the adoption process is underway.

Carolina Casini, a volunteer pediatrician of the Italian Red Cross, told the court that the baby slept for the entire duration of the trip in her arms.

Although the team was afraid to find her in a bad state and emotionally deprived, they found that the little girl was in “good condition” and that “the nanny who took care of her until yesterday loved her very much and took great care of her.”








The team was afraid to find her in poor condition and emotionally deprived but found that the little girl is in “good condition”.
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The nanny was reported to have been heartbroken by the news and handed out pictures for the girl’s new parents so she would see them when she was an adult.

The nanny’s last recommendation to the inspector, who had taken the child back to Italy, was: “She will eat the banana, give it all to her.”

It is unclear whether the surrogate parents will face prosecution for allegedly abandoning their baby daughter in Ukraine.


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