Speaking for the first time since his wife’s death, [her husband] Kwaku Keh told the Standard: “My wife and I were best friends. We had been trying to have a baby for some time but it had not happened for us even with the help of IVF. “Then in 2013 my wife got pregnant without medical intervention and our only son was delivered by caesarean section.
I was overjoyed and could not wait for them to come home.”Mrs Keh remained in hospital after her son’s birth on September 18 to receive antibiotics for an infection. She developed acute respiratory distress syndrome and was transferred to Papworth, a specialist heart and lung hospital in Cambridge.