Casualty fans all say the same thing as Robyn struggles with IVF side effects

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BBC Casualty viewers were quick to jump to the defence of nurse Robyn Miller who is currently undergoing IVF treatment as she acts as a surrogate for her friend, Marty.

However, her decision to help Marty Kirkby and his boyfriend Adi Kapadia has not gone unnoticed in the emergency department with Robyn's pal and ex Paul discussing her "selling her bits".

Paul went into overdrive after discovering Robyn's surrogacy contract in the work printer, weeks after he shared his negative views on surrogacy with Robyn.

Paul was left bewildered by the decision for Robyn to sign a contract from Marty and Adi, claiming it was "well sus" before an infuriated Robyn asked him to back off.

"Why are you making it sound so dodgy, it's not, dodgy is your speciality?" she fumed, before Paul accused her of "selling her parts".

She added: "I'm helping out friends, can you just shove off with the judgement please, I'm not renting out my bits or whatever it was."

Viewers were not impressed as they took to social media to share their thoughts on the ongoing drama.

"Paul and Charlie need to leave Robyn alone and stop blabbing her personal business to everyone #casualty," said one.

Before a second went on to add: "Get lost Paul #casualty."

"Paul is becoming a bit too much for Robyn… #casualty," commented another.

Before a fourth gushed: "I love Robyn so much #casualty."

"Paul needs to give Robyn some space fgs #Casualty," fumed another.

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