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Garry and Kyle then went on to adopt Curtis as a 12-month-old, who had been given just months to live, but is now six, and then adopted Bella and Phoebe soon after.'There was a risk the girls would be split up,' Garry revealed.'It’s quite a ruthless market, you know a catalogue of “oh I like that one” or “she’s got Down’s, we don’t want a child like that”.Nick Knowles admitted it was a 'nerve-wracking' build, with added pressure of making it a forever home which the children could really thrive in.Garry, a headteacher of two schools and Kyle a stay-at-home father said the reason behind their multiple adoptions was because they were determined to give the children a better start in life - but felt they were failing because of their small house. The one-off special will see the world's greatest tribute acts pitted against one another to determine whose homage comes out on top, as the audience at home has their say. "It's because I'm a dad, that.", which is heading to the Beeb soon.
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A same sex couple labelled 'superheroes' after they adopted four vulnerable children with severe medical needs saw their bungalow replaced with a state-of-the-art five-bedroom home in a heart-warming TV show.
Garry and Kyle Ratcliffe, from Sheppey, Kent, adopted Haydn, 13, who has cerebral palsy; Bella, 11, who has Down's Syndrome; Curtis, six, who is severely epileptic, blind and has cerebral palsy, and Bella's sister Phoebe, six, who is physically healthy but suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Curtis was forced to sleep in a cot in the living room, with his sister Phoebe beside him on the couch, while Haydn had a small bedroom and Bella stayed in a makeshift set-up in the boot room.
One of their close friends and counsellor, Jenny Whittle, who has supported them through the multiple adoptions gushed over the deserving couple.'They are superheroes.