Meet Baby Rose Gretton, who was born at 11.11am on 1/1/11. She was also one of 11 babies born on the first day of 2011 at Burton's Queen's Hospital.
"With her being born at 11.11am on the first of the first, 2011, she's got all the ones. My mother and I thought that was a lovely coincidence," the Daily Mail quoted her mother, Kacey, a training consultant from Midway, Derbyshire, as saying.
"It feels lovely now that she has been born. Seeing her makes all the hard work worthwhile," she added.
"It was a difficult birth, but I am now on the mend. I suppose New Year's day is quite a good day to be born on. Rose was very awake and very loud when she was born," Kacey said.
Kacey had to undergo an emergency caesarean section after being in hospital for three days.
"We hope she is going to be a lucky baby. She has all the ones. Mother and baby are doing fine after a difficult birth. It's a wonderful day to be born on," said husband Neil, 31, a graphic designer.
"Rose is lovely and has lots of hair and perfect little features," he added.
Queen's Hospital midwife Sam Collins said, "We had 11 deliveries in total, which was a very busy day for us. We do not normally have so many."