The couple at the center of a headline-making embryo mix-up has announced that with the help of a surrogate, they're expecting twins.
Carolyn and Sean Savage appeared on Thursday's "The 700 Club" to talk about their story. The two are expecting twins this August through their surrogate, Jennifer Onash.
"We are so grateful for the incredible support of all the viewers of 'The 700 Club' who have reached out to us after being touched by our book and have sent prayers of support. Jennifer's sacrifice, on our behalf, is so humbling," the couple said in a statement released Friday.
"And the gift of a lifetime she is providing us, makes us eternally grateful. Jennifer will always be a part of our family," they added.
"We are deeply blessed and there is no doubt God is holding us in the palm of his hands. God bless!" the couple said.
The Savages originally garnered national attention in 2009, when in a medical mix-up, a fertility clinic planted another couple's embryo in Carolyn's womb.
Despite the devastating news, she carried the child to term and gave it to the rightful parents. The couple wrote about their ordeal in their book titled Inconceivable.
The couple told their dramatic story recently on "The 700 Club."