Thursday, November 8, 2018

SEE Britain’s Oldest Mother Of Quadruplets .....

A fifty-year-old has 'made history' after becoming Britain's oldest mother of quadruplets. Tracey Britten, 50, gave birth to twin girls, another baby girl and a boy, via caesarean section last month at 31 weeks.

The youngsters were immediately taken into intensive care, but are making such good progress the proud mother is hoping her new brood will be home in time for Christmas.

The grandmother-of-eight, told The Sun: 'I'm so grateful. I just can't wait to get them home.
It's been a whirlwind and I'm so grateful. One of the quads has had so many tubes around her that I haven't seen her face properly.

'The babies have not all been together yet, each hooked up to different machines.'

The 50-year-old described her new children as a 'miracle', is still deciding on names for them with father Stephen.

She added: 'I only wanted one child and was blessed with four. It's a miracle. I didn't realise we've made history. I was told they simply couldn't pull through at my age.'

Tracey is already a mother to three grown-up children — a daughter and two sons — and grandmother to eight, aged between seven months and 11 years.