I didn’t want kids but fell pregnant at 17 after a two-month romance – now my daughter's the light of my life | The Sun

SHE was adamant when she was 17 that she didn't want kids.

But little did Angelise know that just a little while later, she'd end up falling pregnant – after a two-month romance.

Angelise shares details of her life with daughter Aria on her TikTok page, and frequently faces questions from people about being a teen mother.

In one video, Angelise wrote over a clip of herself: "Me telling everyone I'm never having kids."

She then showed her little girl as she added: "This MF in my stomach at the crisp age of 17."

"I remember that convo in 8th grade photography like it was yesterday," one of Angelise's school friends wrote.

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She's now 20, and is thrilled to no longer be called a "teen mum".

A recent question asked her how long she was with her baby daddy before conceiving her daughter, to which she replied that it was a "long two months".

In another video, Angelise wrote: "Dance if you had a baby with someone you only knew for two months."

"this is so sad," one person commented on the video.

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To which Angelise replied: "It's okay, I promise."

"Three months here but close enough," another added.

"A week," someone else wrote.

A separate video on Angelise's page saw her admit she worried about how she was going to raise Aria alone when she fell pregnant as a teenager.

But she needn't have worried, as she followed it with: "Absolutely loving my new life as a mummy."

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"You're such a great mother to Aria!" one person commented.

As another added: "Awwwwww ur so strong."

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