A first-time mother from Kent thinks her baby son might just be Britain's biggest baby.
Diana Kuznetsova from Lower Hardres HARDZ near Canterbury was delighted to welcome her son Jack Castle into the world - two weeks past his due date.
Since then, Jack has grown, and grown, and grown. He's now the size of some one-year-olds - and shows no signs of slowing down. Not bad for 14 weeks.
Sarah Saunders, went along to meet them.
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