A luxury girl from China has revealed how she is now “gaining confidence” after having her first child, which means she’s on track to become a model.
Lotte Yulong, who lives in the eastern city of Shenzhen, was due to have her second child this month but the birth of her first son, who is now five, made her realise she was not ready for a second child.
“I realised I was not prepared to have another child because I had a baby, so I thought that I should be able to have a baby when I am old enough to have children,” she said.
“Now I am so happy that I have a child that I want to be a model for my country.” “
Ms Yulongs mother, who gave birth to the son at the family home in March, had previously been planning to have an abortion but the doctors at the clinic where she gave birth said they could not perform it because of a medical emergency. “
Now I am so happy that I have a child that I want to be a model for my country.”
Ms Yulongs mother, who gave birth to the son at the family home in March, had previously been planning to have an abortion but the doctors at the clinic where she gave birth said they could not perform it because of a medical emergency.
“The doctor told us she did not want us to do it and she didn’t want us [to] abort,” she told the BBC.
“But I did it anyway.”
The first child Lotte had was born healthy, but her second was born with the condition known as microcephaly, a condition in which a baby cannot develop normally, leading to it developing abnormally large heads.
The condition can cause life-long brain damage and is particularly common in babies born to poor families.
Ms Yum said the first child had been so tough for her that it had “made me really think about the future”.
“I was so scared, I thought about all the other children and how hard it would be for them to live up to their full potential,” she explained.
“When I got to my first birthday, I was so happy and so happy because I was happy to be here and I was getting to be part of the family and I wanted to see my family again.”
‘The next step’ Since her pregnancy was delayed by three months, Ms Yunghui has had to adjust to her new life in China, where she had to learn English, study Chinese, work as a nurse and earn a living selling baby clothes online.
She has been studying Mandarin, Chinese and English for the past three years.
“At first, I didn’t understand it very well, but after three years I had learnt it very quickly,” she added.
Ms Lotte is one of a growing number of Chinese women having babies who are raising a family while living abroad. “
It has taken a lot more time than I thought it would, but in the end I am now really confident that I am going to get here and do my best.”
Ms Lotte is one of a growing number of Chinese women having babies who are raising a family while living abroad.
The country is home to more than 2.4 million babies, more than any other country.
Chinese women are the largest group of foreign parents in the world, with about 40% of babies born in China.
Ms Lottie, who had her first daughter in 2012, has decided to travel abroad as a “model”, but she is planning to remain in China for her second and third children.
“Right now, I am really happy in China,” she says.
Ms Keng said that, in the future, the “next step” for Chinese women will be to have more children. “
If I go back to my home country and go back and have a family of my own, I will miss that.”
Ms Keng said that, in the future, the “next step” for Chinese women will be to have more children.
“I want to have two more children so I can have a second one,” she adds.
“The first one was a normal baby, but now it’s a really big baby and I don’t know how I’m going to deal with it.”