Here's a distinction nobody will be in a hurry to have. An 11-year-old girl has delivered a baby - and now is believed to be the youngest-ever mom to give birth in the United Kingdom. The child, who was 10 years old when she became pregnant, gave birth earlier this month when she was more than 30 weeks along. Dr. Carol Cooper said, "This is the youngest mother I've heard of." The pregnancy stunned the girl's family, who were not aware that she was expecting. A friend of the family said, "She's now being surrounded by expert help. The main thing is that she and the baby are OK." Social services and police are also now investigating. The youngest mom in Britain was previously a girl who gave birth at 12-years-old in 2006. (The Sun)
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