The little fighter who beat the odds! UK’s tiniest baby is home at last | ITV News

Born at 24 weeks, she was smaller than a pack of baby wipes and weighed just 12 ounces – making her the tiniest baby to be born in the UK for 16 years.

Given just a five per cent chance of survival, Isabella Evans had hands smaller than 1p coins but the premature girl refused to give up fighting.

Six months later she has defied the medical odds and is finally home in the arms of her overjoyed parents, Kym Brown and Ryan Evans.

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