27-year-old Remy Frances Millar from Australia still can't get over the shock after giving birth to a baby weighing 5.88 kg
The female child, who has not yet been given any name, was born with the help of an emergency caesarean section, because, due to his huge weight, Remi did not risk giving birth herself.
On average, Australian women give birth to children weighing 3.4 kg, so Remy is one and a half times higher than these figures.
Remi Millar and her husband Daniel already have two children, and they were also born with overweight. 2-year-old Willow was born with a weight of 5.5 kg, and 4-year-old Ace with a weight of 3.8 kg. The fact is that Remi has long been diagnosed with gestational diabetes and this affects the weight of the baby.
Doctors assumed that the new baby Remy would be overweight, although no one can predict that the baby will turn out to be so large. Now the mother calls her daughter "a little sumo wrestler".
When Remi was 35 weeks old, the baby's weight was 4 kg and it was assumed that he would remain so until the end of pregnancy. But everything turned out quite differently.
Employees at the Wollongong NSW hospital admitted that this was the first time in their memory and that the girl Remy Millar is probably the largest baby in the history of the city.