INTERNET baby couple Alan and Judith Kilshaw have lost everything including their home.
The couple, who launched a stinging attack on the press during a Channel 4 documentary Meet The Kilshaws on Wednesday night, are in the process of having Whitehouse Farm in Well Street, Buckley, repossessed.
A court hearing was held at Wrexham County Court on June 30, but the couple did not attend.
Instead, they sent in a letter agreeing to building society demands to hand over the spacious farmhouse in a voluntary repossession.
The court order gives the couple just 56 days to find somewhere else to live.
Flintshire County Council said it would look into whether the family would be found council accommodation.
A spokesman said : 'The circumstances of any family or individual who approach the council when they have lost, or are about to lose their home, would be looked into in accordance with legislation and National Assembly guidance to determine whether the council has a duty to offer accommodation.'
The Kilshaws, who were thrust into the media spotlight after adopting American twins Belinda and Kimberley via the Internet, have also had three caravans repossessed.
Judith, 47, is also challenging a claim she failed to pay for £2,500 travellers cheques which were used when she and Alan, 46, went to the USA to sort out the adoption which was ruled illegal.
The couple, who live in the farmhouse with their sons James and Rupert and daughter Caley, have told how their court battle to try and prove their adoption of the twins was valid had cost them in the region of £80,000.
Mr Kilshaw, a solicitor, also had to put his business on hold during the legal proceedings, and it is understood they still have not paid a £2,000 bill for a hire car they used to travel across America during the adoption process.
The couple, who gave a frank insight into their turbulent marriage in the Channel 4 programme, have blamed the press for ruining their lives.
They claim their adoption of the twins was valid, and Judith has told how she still believes she is their mother.
At the end of he documentary - entitled Meet The Kilshaws - the couple told how they had been offered another adoption for free by the Silverspoon adoption agency in California.
They are adamant they will adopt again, and revealed they plane to eventually live in Turkey.