A 65-year-old woman in Berlin who is the mother of 13 children has reportedly given birth to quadruplets.
Annegret Raunigk made headlines around the world earlier this year after she revealed she was pregnant with the quads.
Raunigk gave birth on Tuesday to three boys and one girl at a Berlin hospital, the BBC reported, citing local media.
The babies were born at 26 week gestation, but have a "good chance" of survival, according to the BBC.
Raunigk decided to have another child after her youngest child, who is 9, asked for a younger sibling, German broadcaster RTL reported.
After going through artificial insemination several times, Raunigk became pregnant with four embryos.
Raunigk was shocked but never considered reducing the number of embryos, Agence France-Presse reported.
"After the doctor discovered there were four, I had to give it some thought to begin with," she said.
The grandmother of seven said she felt fine and that the pregnancy has not had any major complications, RTL reported.
Raunigk also made the news in the country a decade ago when she gave birth to her 13th child at the age of 55.
Raunigk is now the oldest mother of quadruplets in history, according to AFP.
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