Indian doctors are increasingly coming to the UK to encourage childless British couples to
use their surrogacy programmes, in a country where the multi-million business remains unregulated.
On the surface, it could be any suburban dinner party. Drinks are served and plates of samosas and onion bhajjis are being offered.However, these couples are here not to socialise but to find out more about surrogacy in India.
The guest of honour at this gathering is Dr Kaushal Kadam, who has been invited by Bobbi and Nikki Bains to share her expertise.
Bobbi and Nikki's two children, three-year-old Daisy and one-year-old Dhillon were born to Indian surrogates after several attempts at fertility treatment in the UK failed.