This year’s Booker Prize winner, Hilary Mantel, recently highlighted the acute loss she felt at realising she would never be a grandma. So what happens when having ridden the sorrow of having no children first time round it bites again later in life when all your friends are swapping news of grandchildren. Lesley Benson, a drama teacher who was unable to have children and Susan Seenon, from the support organisation ‘More to Life’ join Jenni in the studio to discuss.
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