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Adrienne Porter lost her first husband and Mark, the

Adrienne Porter lost her first husband and Mark, the "childhood boyfriend", when the professional racing driver crashed in Bathurst in 2006.

The couple shared a two-year-old son, Flynn, who is the very image of his father.

For years, Adrienne, 42, could not think of meeting another person, until fate made her attend a function and meet veterinarian John Rigley, 39.

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Adrienne Porter lost her first husband and Mark, the "love of childhood", when the professional racing driver crashed in Bathurst in 2006

For years, Adrienne, 42, could not think of meeting another person, until fate made her attend a function and meet veterinarian John Rigley, 39.

For years, Adrienne, 42, could not think of meeting another person, until fate made her attend a function and meet veterinarian John Rigley, 39.

For years, Adrienne, 42, could not think of meeting another person, until fate made her attend a function and meet veterinarian John Rigley, 39.

For years, Adrienne, 42, could not think of meeting another person, until fate made her attend a function and meet veterinarian John Rigley, 39.

For years, Adrienne could not think of meeting another person (Mark Porter in the photo on the right), until destiny made her attend a function and meet John Rigley, 39 (left)

"We met at a show in 2010 … I was not destined to go because I had really been sick, but my girlfriend made me," the Gold Coast native told FEMAIL.

& # 39; John was friends with her husband. She had never thought about establishing us, but as chance would have it, we get along.

"I do not think we've come to the surface for about four hours … we just talk, talk and talk.

"I really was not sure if I would ever find someone who could occupy my heart again like Mark, but John does it a million times, he is the most incredible human.

The couple got married two years later and immediately began trying to have a baby, something Adrienne thought would happen "right away."

The couple got married two years later and immediately began trying to have a baby, something Adrienne thought would happen "right away."

The couple got married two years later and immediately began trying to have a baby, something Adrienne thought would happen "right away."

"I mean, I know that everyone says that about their spouses, but John is a wonderful thing.

"He adores Flynn, he never ignores the fact that Flynn's father is quiet and will always be a big part of his life, in fact he honors what is so important to me.

"John is a veterinarian, obviously he is compassionate, but when I see him work, I see what he puts into his practice, he makes my heart so warm.

"He has had to endure so much of me during this entire trip and he is the humblest human you have ever known."

The couple got married two years later and immediately began trying to have a baby, something Adrienne thought would happen "right away."

"We got married in April 2012 and I thought I could get attention before May, except that did not happen that way. Not at all," she said.

"I knew something was not right after four months and that's when we went to my specialist." During the six years we spent in IVF, our list of problems became as long as your arm, basically, that our chances of conceiving natural and using our own ovules were quite rare.

Adrienne and John in the photo with their beautiful daughter Evie Lauren

Adrienne and John in the photo with their beautiful daughter Evie Lauren

Adrienne and John in the photo with their beautiful daughter Evie Lauren

"We got married in April 2012 and I thought I could get attention before May, except that did not happen that way, not at all," she said (Flynn in the picture on the left)

"I did not want to accept it at first, but after the failed tenth cycle I knew we had to try a different approach, find someone who can help us."

After 1,439 needles, hundreds of thousands of dollars, six years and a devastating miscarriage Adrienne knew it was not working.

"I wrote a publication asking for help on my blog thirtysomethingmama.com, which needed eggs," he explained.

& # 39; A very dear friend called and offered us his. She was a perfect fit. I could not talk. His kindness will never be forgotten.

Offering a part of yourself in such a generous way is something quite extraordinary. It is a process through which to pass, the egg collection. "

Finally, Adrienne saw those two little lines in a pregnancy test and the family received the news they so desperately wanted.

His daughter, Evie Lauren Rigley, was born on April 12 this year.

After 1,439 needles, hundreds of thousands of dollars, six years and a devastating miscarriage Adrienne knew it was not working

After 1,439 needles, hundreds of thousands of dollars, six years and a devastating miscarriage Adrienne knew it was not working

After 1,439 needles, hundreds of thousands of dollars, six years and a devastating miscarriage Adrienne knew it was not working

His daughter, Evie Lauren Rigley, was born on April 12 this year (pictured with her brother Flynn)

His daughter, Evie Lauren Rigley, was born on April 12 this year (pictured with her brother Flynn)

His daughter, Evie Lauren Rigley, was born on April 12 this year (pictured with her brother Flynn)

"Our little miracle, Evie Lauren, is the blessing that has made our family complete," he said.

& # 39; Looking back on what we went through for six years … It was hell at that time.

"One out of every six women in Australia suffers from infertility and it is the hardest, most painful and emotionally challenging experience to have to go through your body and soul.

"But I refused to give up, even when John was at a turning point, I said we had to move on.

"We needed the final piece of our riddle and we looked, it was worth it, now we have this beautiful girl who illuminates our life every day.

"As Flynn says:" She is the best thing that has happened to our family. "Now we are complete.

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