Devoted mum Julie Bradford has admitted nothing was going to stop her having a­­ ­surrogate baby for her cancer-stricken daughter.
The hairdresser, 45, bravely stood in for Jessica Jenkins, 21, after she was told she would never be able to have children.
Devastated Jessica opted to have her eggs frozen after becoming one of the youngest women in Britain to be diagnosed with cervical cancer when she was just 18.
Now, three years later, Julie has given birth to her baby grandson Jack.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror, proud Julie said: “Any mother would do this for their child. It was never in question from day one. He’s a Christmas miracle to us.
“You watch your daughter go through cancer at 18 and then say you would not do the same. But I would have done it anyway, it’s what mums do.
“If cancer couldn’t beat us there was no way I …