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31-year-old man left in public toilet near Wolverhampton Wanderers FC stadium – fr


A man who was abandoned as a baby in a public restroom near a football stadium was left speechless after reuniting with both parents in Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace.

Steve Bull, now 31, was discovered as a newborn baby outside Wolverhampton Wanderers FC stadium in the West Midlands before being adopted by a loving family in Manchester.

But after being told by his adoptive parents about his early days in life, Steve had always wanted to find answers about his parents’ identity.

He appeared on tonight’s ITV show and, thanks to the show’s DNA team, reunited with both parents – later meeting his father Rob, who didn’t know he was born, in scenes emotional.

Steve also received a photo and letter from his mother, who is not identified on camera. Her birth mother told Steve speechlessly that the circumstances she was facing “weren’t pleasant, and that’s all I can say.”

Steve Bull (pictured), now 31, was discovered as a newborn baby outside Wolverhampton Wanderers FC stadium in the West Midlands before being adopted by a loving family in Manchester .

But after being told by his adoptive parents about his early days in life, Steve had always wanted to find answers about his parents’ identity. In the photo, Steve as a baby

By the time Steve was found near the stadium, he was named after Wolverhampton Wanderers’ most popular player of the time, Steve Bull.

Steve was told by his adoptive parents about his early days in life, but despite a public appeal he said he grew up with no information on why he was left behind and by whom.

Steve told the show, “I was just the baby that was found. My previous story is 100% unknown.

In tonight’s program, Steve finally found out how he came into the world, with the show being able to track down both of his biological parents.

Steve visited his biological father for the first time and it was revealed to him the difficulties his biological mother was facing as a young woman.

He appeared on tonight's ITV show and, thanks to the show's DNA team, reunited with both parents - later meeting his father Rob (pictured together), who was unaware he was born , in emotional scenes

He appeared on tonight’s ITV show and, thanks to the show’s DNA team, reunited with both parents – later meeting his father Rob (pictured together), who was unaware he was born , in emotional scenes

Steve (pictured meeting his biological father) also received a photo and letter from his mother, who is not identified on camera.  Her birth mother told Steve speechlessly that the circumstances she was facing 'weren't pleasant, and that's all I can say'

Steve (pictured meeting his biological father) also received a photo and letter from his mother, who is not identified on camera. Her birth mother told Steve speechlessly that the circumstances she was facing “weren’t pleasant, and that’s all I can say”

Co-host Davina McCall joined Steve at his home to tell him that the Long Lost Family team had reunited with both parents.

“It’s actually really surprising. My heart is racing right now, I can really, really feel it in my chest, ”he told the news about his father’s identity.

Rob was 22 when Steve was born and was unaware of his birth because at the time he had to leave due to undisclosed circumstances.

“I would love to meet him,” Steve said, before adding of his two paternal half-sisters, “I’ve always wanted a sister, and now you tell me I have two.

When told that the team also found out about his birth mother, an emotional Steve admitted, “That’s a lot. It’s a lot…’

He then received the letter written by his birth mother, which read, “Hi Steve. Beautiful boy.

By the time Steve was found near the stadium, he was named after Wolverhampton Wanderers' most popular player of the time, Steve Bull.  In the photo, Steve as a baby

By the time Steve was found near the stadium, he was named after Wolverhampton Wanderers’ most popular player of the time, Steve Bull. In the photo, Steve as a baby

‘It’s hard. I can’t explain the circumstances, they weren’t nice and that’s all I can say, ”she admitted. “I never, ever got over you.

“I lit a candle for you every March 17th. I found a story about you years ago in a magazine, you look so happy with your family and I’m happy for that, and I’m sorry I did what I did.

“Always be happy, I will always love you. Blessed be, always, she concludes.

After reading the letter, Steve shared his relief that he finally received answers about the identity of his parents.

“Even that’s enough, so I can end the situation,” he told Davina. “It’s a huge relief. I mean, if she never feels comfortable meeting me, I understand that. This is more than I could have really hoped for. Astonishing. ‘

Later in the program, Steve met his biological father Rob after the couple took Covid tests to safely greet each other.

“It’s a happy day to meet my son,” said Rob. “I just can’t wait to see him, just to say sorry.” I wish I had been there her whole life, but now I can. Today is my chance to make things right, hope I can. ‘

After chatting with each other, the duo quickly discovered their mutual love of art, introducing each other to their work.

“It’s a good foundation to build on now,” said Steve, who also met one of his half-sisters. “I feel really happy. Hope we can maybe build some kind of relationship in the future.

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