Couple who thought they would never have kids spot face and hand pointing at their baby in pregnancy scan

Couple who thought they would never have kids spot face and hand pointing at their baby in pregnancy scan

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A COUPLE who thought they would never have kids have spotted a face and hand in her pregnancy scan, believing it is a guardian angel.

Britainy Clark and her partner James Grouvel, both 24, thought they would be unable to have children after doctors said it wasn’t possible.

A couple claims there is a hand and a face in this baby scan in the top-right corner
A couple claims there is a hand and a face in this baby scan in the top-right corner
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Britainy Clark and her partner James Grouvel were surprised to find out she was pregnant
Britainy Clark and her partner James Grouvel were surprised to find out she was pregnant
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The mum-to-be was diagnosed with endometriosis, which is a condition that causes tissue similar to the lining of the womb to grow in other places such as the fallopian tubes and ovaries.

Her partner told her to take a pregnancy test after she kept getting sick and to their surprise they are going to become parents.

It wasn’t until Britainy got the picture from the 12-week baby scan that she noticed something in the top right corner of the image.

In the picture she said an “odd shadow” appeared.

She told The Mirror Online: “I sent the photo to my auntie and mum in a group text as I thought there’s something not quite right about it.


“They both said there’s a face and there’s a hand pointing at it!

“My auntie said that there’s a guardian angel looking over it [the baby] which I thought is quite sweet.”

Britainy said her mum believes its good sign after all the bad luck she has had.


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