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Baby Gammy's WA parents to speak from Bunbury home

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Leanne Nicholson

Gammy, a baby born with Down's Syndrome, is fed by his surrogate mother Pattaramon Janbua.

Gammy, a baby born with Down's Syndrome, is fed by his surrogate mother Pattaramon Janbua. Photo: Damir Sagolj

A lawyer for the West Australian biological parents of Gammy, the infant with Down syndrome born to a surrogate mother and abandoned in Thailand, is expected to make an announcement on behalf of the parents. 

Media is building at a house in South Bunbury in Western Australia's South West which is believed to be the home of the biological parents of baby Gammy.

Thai surrogate mother Pattharamon Janbua with baby Gammy.

Thai surrogate mother Pattharamon Janbua with baby Gammy. Photo: AP

A legal representative for the family is expected to address the media at the house on Monday afternoon. 

Baby Gammy came to national attention after Fairfax Media reported he had been left behind in Thailand by his biological Australian parents who returned to WA with his healthy twin sister.

More to come...  

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