A 65-year-old German woman has given birth to quadruplets and already has 13 kids and seven grandchildren.
Annegret Raunigk, who gave birth to three boys and one girl through Caesarean procedure prematurely, went under an artificial insemination procedure initially for conceiving, the BBC reported.
The mother previously said that she decided to try for another baby because her youngest daughter, who was 9-year-old, wanted a little brother or sister.
Raunigk also shared that she was not worried about what other people thought as everyone should be able to live the life they wanted to.
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