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Long Lost Family to air ‘most moving reunion’ of all time with return of Born Without Trace UK News

Long Lost Family returns on Monday and looks set to make viewers cry when it airs its ‘most touching reunion’ yet.

The ITV show spin-off Born Without a Trace begins its third series this week with hosts Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell revealing more astonishing stories of now adult found children desperate to discover their identities and meet their biological families, after years of unanswered questions.

Foundlings are people abandoned as babies, often in the first hours and days of their lives, born without a trace, without a birth certificate or name.

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The emotional stories in the new Born Without Trace episode series include a woman left over 70 years ago on a rack of a train at Paddington Station, to a young man left in the toilet near a football stadium in Wolverhampton in 1989.

Episode 1 stars Helen Knox, who was found on a cold December morning in Chesterfield 1998 in a box outside her hospital. Her story made the headlines in the local newspapers and Helen was quickly adopted and is now engaged to her two children.

The only memories Helen has to keep are the name tag of the hospital she received as a baby for ‘Gill Scarsdale’, the name of the nurse who looked after her and the hospital where she was left, and some photos of her taken with the maternity ward. nurses.

Long Lost Family to air 'most moving reunion' of all time in Born Without Trace episodes
EMBARGOED PHOTO: FOR PUBLICATION FROM TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2021 From Wall to Wall Productions LONG LOST FAMILY: BORN WITHOUT TRACE Ep1 Monday, May 24, 2021 on ITV Pictured: Helen Knox Reunited with her stepsister Jess Episode 1 features two foundlings abandoned in Chesterfield a little more 18 months apart in the 1980s, Helen Knox and Victoria Vardy. On a cold, frosty December morning in 1988, Helen Knox, then just a few hours old, was discovered in a box outside a hospital. His parents saw his story on the local news and agreed to adopt him. She had a happy upbringing and is now engaged to her two children. But she always had a hard time not knowing anything about her beginnings. The only memories Helen has to keep are the name tag of the hospital she received as a baby for ÔGill Scarsdale Õ, the name of the nurse who looked after her and the hospital where she was left behind, and some pictures of her taken with the maternity nurses. . The research team traces two such nurses, Gill and Susan, and Helen finds them for the first time in over 30 years. It is a moving meeting and they share their memories of his early days. (C) Wall To Wall For more information please contact Peter Gray Mob 07831460662 / This photograph is (C) Wall To Wall and may only be reproduced for editorial use directly in connection with the LONG LOST FAMILY: BORN WITHOUT TRACE or ITV program. Once made available by ITV Picture Desk, this photograph may only be reproduced once until the date of transmission and no reproduction costs will be charged. Any subsequent use may incur costs. This photograph may not be syndicated to any other publication or website, or permanently archived, without the express written permission of ITV Picture Desk. The complete general conditions are available on the website

The Long Lost Family team managed to track down Gill and her fellow nurse Susan, which led to an emotional reunion with Helen.

In a bizarre twist of fate, the ITV show was approached by another baby also cast in Chesterfield, with Victoria Vardy, who had left 18 months earlier.

Victoria had a very happy adoption and now has a daughter of her own. But despite a nationwide media call for information nearly a decade ago, Victoria is still no further for answers on who her parents are and why she was left behind.

Investigations into the two women’s former leads took everyone involved with Long Lost Family by surprise, with a preview of ITV’s teasing Monday episode that will bring “one of the most emotional reunions in history. from the program”.

Long Lost Family Born Without Trace is Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 9 p.m. on ITV

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