Pregnant woman who always wanted to be a mum had her first child at 15 years old
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A pregnant woman who always wanted to be a mum had her first child when she was 15-years-old, after becoming pregnant at 14.
Kayte Loryn is currently the mum to two boys and a girl, and has confirmed her fourth child is going to be another girl. She shares the two oldest with a former boyfriend who ‘doesn’t see’ the kids regularly.
Kayte was so happy when she first became a mum at the age of 15, that she soon planned her second one at the age of just 16.
The mum-of-three isn’t afraid of spilling the details on TikTok and Instagram either, with her regularly taking to the platforms to explain her pregnancies and respond to her follower's queries about her journey.
She added to her 76,000 TikTok followers: “I became a single mum at 17. I’m glad my ex left before [my kids] could remember how horrible he was,”
Loryn is now in a relationship with ‘the love of her life’ who she met when she was 18 years old.
They share one of her kids together and they’d tried for a year and a half to get pregnant again.
She announced their current pregnancy at Christmas last year, receiving lots of wishes of congratulations from fans.
However, not everyone is so positive about Loryn’s string of pregnancies, shaming her for becoming a mum so young.
But Kayte has hit back at online trolls who have called her ‘irresponsible’ for having kids so young by posting fun and light-hearted videos mocking their cruel comments.
She shared one nasty comment which read: “How tf did you plan your pregnancy at 16? You don’t. You just accept the fact you f**ked up.”
Well, Kayte responded by dancing alongside on-screen text that read: "I had my first baby at 15, and when he turned one I decided I wanted another baby."
Simple as, right?
Despite so much hate, Kayte has plenty of adoring fans who defend her in the comments and spread lots more positivity around her pregnancies.
One commented: “Age is just a number," while another put: “So proud of you.”
And another reminded others: “The age in which a woman has a child (or children) and how many she has is no one's business or concern.”