Annegret Raunig, a 65-year-old Berlin native, shocked the world in May of 2015.
Four infants were born prematurely to the lady; three boys and a girl, the smallest of whom weighed less than a kilogram at birth.
There’s no reason for a lady in her 30s who already has 13 kids to desire more. Society’s reactions to the high birth rate and delayed births are diverse.
She was also a teacher, mother to twelve, wife to five, and grandmother to one.
Unexpectedly, she had another kid after she retired in 2005. Leila’s normal delivery happened when she was 55 years old.
The decision to have a child is very personal for each woman, yet it is often seen as selfish and irresponsible. One’s age is treated no differently than any other identification number.
Annegret took her punishment with poise. She made headlines and appeared on chat programs. It all started when our heroine’s youngest daughter begged her mom for a brother.
That clarifies things, since now we know that all of his younger siblings are adults. With her twilight years behind her, 64-year-old Annegret is considering starting a family again.
Many of the mother’s friends and the mother’s German physicians were against the pregnancy.
Annegret and her family relocated to Höxter so that she could take advantage of a bigger government-provided house after giving birth to her second child.
Budgeting was easier in the country compared to the city. As a reward for her role as a doting mother, the German government awarded her two medals.
The youngsters formed a group and ran wild all day, shouting at each other and destroying property. Annette hardly gets downtime to ruminate about her life.