A mother who conceived by accident said having children later in life was "definitely more common" than most people thought.
Cheryl Millar, 43, told Good Morning Britain of her shock when she fell pregnant with her daughter Grace eight months into the relationship with her partner.
"Because of my age I automatically thought, 'Oh everything will be OK. I probably won't get pregnant.'"
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