A brand-new television series will see Welsh television presenter Alex Jones train as a fertility assistant at one of the UK’s leading fertility clinics
Alex Jones: Making Babies will be filmed at King’s Fertility and air on W Channel in 2022.
It is a project close to Alex’s heart. She revealed her own fertility struggle in 2016 but went on to have three children in her late 30s and early 40s.
She said: “Trying to conceive can truly be a rollercoaster, and I have no doubt it will be a very emotional and unpredictable journey. This series is really close to my heart, it’s truly a passion project, and I feel privileged to be able to join the team at King’s Fertility and help them with the very special job of making babies.”
King’s Fertility is led by Dr Ippokratis Sarris and is a partnership between the Fetal Medical Foundation and King’s College Hospital. It is known as being world-renowned for its fertility research and innovative technology.
As part of her role, Alex will provide hands-on support to couples as they go through their journey of trying to have a baby. Alex will be guided in her role by the clinic’s highly skilled team, all while working towards a fertility assistant certificate.
Are you due to be treated at Kings’s Fertility later this year? Or have you been treated by Dr Sarris? We’d love to hear your story, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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