Nicola Adams and his girlfriend Ella Begg have been forced to deny they secretly married or got engaged during their stay in Mexico.
After the 40-year-old former professional boxer posted a formal photo of himself with the model, 23, he was flooded with congratulatory messages from confused fans.
The happy couple are on their first holiday abroad with their four-month-old son Taylor and posted a picture of themselves in formal wear on Sunday.
‘Sorry for the misunderstanding!’ Nicola Adams and his girlfriend Ella Begg have been forced to deny they tied the knot after sharing photos from a friend’s wedding in Mexico on Sunday.
Nicola and Ella posed for romantic wedding photos with Taylor suited up and booted for the occasion, although they attended a friend’s wedding.
The player wrote under one picture, ‘Perfect together’ and under another: ‘Mere paas tum, me near you.’
The images and message prompted fans to congratulate them, with many speculating that they had tied the knot – or at least got engaged.
A fan wrote- ‘Congratulations you gorgeous people.’
Family: Nicola and Ella posed for romantic wedding photos with Taylor suited up and booted for the occasion, although they attended a friend’s wedding
Another added: ‘Congratulations on your engagement or wedding, whatever it is. Hope you have years of happiness’
Another wrote: ‘Many congratulations to both of you.’
As the messages came flooding in, both Nicola and Ella were forced to respond with Nicola saying: ‘We didn’t get married.’
She added in a video: ‘Sorry for the confusion but on my last post me and Ella are not married. It was my friend’s wedding.
Clearing things up: As the messages flooded in, both Nicola and Ella were forced to respond with Nicola saying: ‘We didn’t get married’
Setting it straight: She added in a video: ‘Sorry for the confusion but on my last post me and Ella are not married. It was my friend’s wedding.
As Ella looked unfazed, Nicola said: ‘I’m in trouble now.’
Ella also said on her Instagram, ‘I would like to remind everyone that me and Nikki are not engaged, are we married.’
Nicola and Ella recently revealed they were forced to switch doctors during their challenging IVF journey after learning about the model’s many ‘underlying health conditions’.
Speaking on This Morning ahead of the airing of their ITVBe documentary, the couple revealed that Ella underwent three rounds of grueling treatments before becoming pregnant with their son, Taylor.
Tough times: Nicola and Ella recently revealed they were forced to switch doctors during the challenging IVF journey after discovering the model had several ‘underlying health conditions’.
Ella also revealed that ‘many things went wrong that shouldn’t have happened’ during the process, adding that she and Nicola, 39, want to educate viewers about IVF so they ‘know all the facts’ Can go through the process of ‘.
Speaking to Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary, Nicola shared the heartwarming moment Ella learned they were expecting.
The Olympic boxer said: ‘It was an amazing moment to find out that Ella was pregnant. I was over the moon and buzzed – we did two [pregnancy] Test to be sure!’
Ella elaborated on the challenges she faced during her IVF journey with Nicola: ‘The first two cycles were completely medicated and it turned out I didn’t need any medication, so with IVF it had a lot to do with it. All the problems were coming, you just listen to the doctor for everything.
Sweet: The couple were joined by their baby son Taylor, who was born in July following Nicola and Ella’s IVF challenges
“It wasn’t until we reevaluated everything and went to a different doctor that I learned I had an underlying health condition.”
‘There were a lot of things that went wrong that shouldn’t have happened, and that’s why I wanted to do the documentary, so people go into IVF knowing all the facts and being safe.’
Ella said the multiple rounds of IVF, and the necessary medication, took a toll on her body, and as she and Nicola went into the third round, she said they would have to take a break if they were unsuccessful.
She told Alison and Dermott: ‘I definitely, after the second time, when I wanted to try again, I said if it doesn’t work this time, I need a break, it really did. I am emotionally challenged.
Coming soon: In the documentary Nicola and Ella explore the emotional and financial cost of this fertility treatment as they meet other people who have gone through the same procedure
‘You don’t know whether to shut down your emotions and just try to ride through it. It’s meant to be a good experience, it’s meant to be happy. This can be really difficult.
‘It’s not private between the two of you, there are appointments, doctors and people around you, and so you kind of get a chance to sit down and think about your feelings and emotions.’
Another reason Nicola said for doing the documentary was to highlight the lack of diverse sperm donors.
She explained, ‘When you look at the websites there are barely any black donors, maybe two or three, max…’
Ella said: ‘You would go to a site with thousands of donors and you would narrow down your search to Caribbean or African and they would be no Caribbean and maybe three African and it would be people who are going through IVF . Looks like him and has the same caste as him, there is no donor.’
Nicola and Ella said they wanted to document their IVF journey for others who are considering a similar procedure, so they can become more aware of the facts.
Nicola said: ‘It’s definitely an awareness-raiser for the process, things to ask when you go to the clinic, when you go into IVF you expect the doctor to know everything, whereas you There is a lot of research to be done. ,
How does IVF work?
In-vitro fertilization, better known as IVF, is a medical procedure in which an already fertilized egg is inserted into a woman’s womb to become pregnant.
It is used when couples are unable to conceive naturally, and a sperm and egg are removed from their bodies and combined in a laboratory before the embryo is inserted into the woman.
Once the embryo is in the womb, the pregnancy should continue normally.
The procedure can be done using eggs and sperm from a couple or donors.
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines recommend that IVF should be offered on the NHS to women under 43 who have been trying to conceive through regular unprotected sex for two years. Huh.
According to figures published in January 2018, people can also pay for IVF privately, which costs an average of £3,348 for a cycle, and there is no guarantee of success.
The NHS says the success rate for women under 35 is around 29 per cent, with the chances of a successful cycle decreasing as they age.
About eight million babies are believed to have been born thanks to IVF, since the first case of British woman Louise Brown was born in 1978.
chances of success
The success rate of IVF depends on the age of the woman undergoing treatment, as well as on the cause of infertility (if it is known).
Younger women are more likely to have a successful pregnancy.
IVF is generally not recommended for women over the age of 42 as the chances of a successful pregnancy are considered very low.
Percentage of IVF treatments between 2014 and 2016 that resulted in a live birth:
29 percent for women under 35
23 percent for women ages 35 to 37
15 percent for women ages 38 to 39
9 percent for women ages 40 to 42
3 percent for women ages 43 to 44
2 percent for women over age 44