Anyone been following this in the news? A woman who lost a landmark legal battle to be allowed to use her frozen IVF embryos yesterday pleaded with her former fiancé to give her the chance of motherhood. She says "He chose to become a father the day we created the embryos. That was his choice to be a father." Natallie Evans, 34, who split up with Howard Johnston in 2002 and is infertile after cancer treatment, said the six embryos represented her last hope of having children that are genetically hers. Mr Johnston, speaking near his home in Cheltenham, said he was relieved by the European Court judgment and felt that common sense had prevailed. He wanted to decide when to start a family. He also wanted to be involved in the upbringing of any children he may have. "I felt very strongly that I should be able to make that decision myself. When two people embark on something, it should be completed with the two people still involved." here's a link clicky So... should she just adopt? Or does she have the right to become pregnant with her own children, even if the father doesn't want the child?