A bit of baby news is always much needed first thing in the morning, and we have a triple dose of it to report today!


We’re sending major congratulations to Sharon Cutts, from Lincolnshire, who has become Britain’s oldest mum of triplets after welcoming two sons and a daughter.


Nurse Sharon, 55, welcomed little Mason, Ryan and Lily with her partner, Stuart Reynolds. She had been on the maternity ward for 11 weeks in the lead-up to the births.


According to The Sun, Sharon – who is also a grandmother – decided to undergo IVF treatment with Stuart, to give themselves the best possibly chance of conceiving.



She recalled the moment when she found out she was having triplets: “At the scan we were told there were three heartbeats. Stuart was shocked and I was in tears, crying with joy. The first thing I thought was: ‘Oh my God, how am I going to cope?’”


Sharon also revealed that she injected herself with Botox (she has been trained to do so) to ensure that she ‘looked her best’ for the birth.


“I only injected a little bit, because really you shouldn’t do it while you’re pregnant. I sneaked out to get my hair extensions changed, too. It was important to me to look my best for when the babies were born,” she told the newspaper.


Congratulations to the couple on their lovely news.


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