Health and wellness speaker Georgie Crawford joined Ray D'Arcy on RTÉ Radio 1 to speak about her surrogacy journey.

Crawford, who presents popular wellness podcast The Good Glow, was just 35 years of age and seven months postpartum following the birth of her daughter, Pia, when she found a lump in her breast.

Two surgeries, five months of chemotherapy and four weeks of radiotherapy later, she stunned audiences with her strength on The Late Late Show, sharing her story and her message of endurance.

Since then, Crawford has gone from strength to strength, becoming a sought-after health and wellness speaker. And she has brought her 91.4k Instagram followers along for the ride.

Earlier this month she posted a video to her account announcing that she and her husband were matched with a surrogate:

"I have cried more tears this Christmas than ever before. All our dreams came true on December 23rd when we were matched with our surrogate. We can't wait for this adventure. We love our families so much, they never stopped loving or supporting us over the past 18 months."

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She joined Ray to discuss both the legal and emotional journey that she and her family have gone on to find a surrogate. Listen back above.