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Annegret Raunigk is a 65-year-old mom and mother to 17 children after giving birth recently to triplets in Berlin, according to german media reports.

Born premature at 26 weeks, the quadruplets were delivered by c section and Annegret named them Neeta, Dries, Bence and Fjonn.

Her decision to have more children was a controversial one even in Annegrets own family.

Find out what her tenth child had to say about her pregnancy:

Her son Velten Raunigk, 27, previously said: “I don’t think it is a good thing for mum to be having even more babies.”

The chemical industry executive spoke out a day after his mother appeared on television to speak about her decision to have the children after spending £15,000 on IVF treatment in Kiev, Ukraine.

Velten was the first of the clan to speak out against his mother.

He said that his youngest sister Leila, who turned ten earlier this year, is already bullied at school because of her “grandma mum” and he and his siblings fear they will be left to bring up the quads if anything happens to his aging mother.
He said the family learned about her pregnancy after a family gathering earlier this year.”I remember mum drank no wine and she seemed to be wearing extra-wide clothes,” he said. “I had a feeling even before she told us.”He said his youngest sister Auda, 22, broke the news to him.He added: “I learned she had gone abroad and was artificially inseminated and was expecting quadruplets.”

“My youngest sister Leila is ten,” he continued. “I know she is bullied at school because her mum looks like her grandmum.
“How will that work with quadruplets?” He went on: “Shortly before the reunification of Germany my parents separated.”He took the eldest five with him but he didn’t stop caring for us others.”
“Despite disagreeing with her, if she needs help and support in the future, we will be there for her. Our family sticks together.”

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