A PSYCHIC hairdresser correctly predicted that her baby daughter would be born with a full head of hair.
27-year-old Jemma Billington from Plymouth, Devon has revealed her daughter’s hair was so thick, she needed her first haircut within three months.
The mum explained her “miracle” baby named Vienna, was a total surprise, after she was told she wouldn’t be able to have any more kids after her son was born.
But when Jemma found out she was expecting five years later, she said she had a “feeling” her baby would have a full head of hair.
“I thought that she was going to have lots of hair when we found out we were going to have her – it just came to me one day, I just had a feeling but I wasn’t even having any heartburn at that point.
“… But I didn’t think it was going to be so thick.”
Heartburn during pregnancy is thought to be a sign your baby could be born with a lot of hair.
“She is so adorable and her hair is on another planet,” the mum continued.
“She had absolutely loads of hair when she was born.
“Every single nurse was shocked and said they had never seen so much hair on a newborn.
“We went five years thinking we weren’t going to have any more so she was really unexpected.”
Jemma and partner Michael, 31, were told they wouldn’t be able to have any more kids after their son Rio – now seven years old – was born.
But the mum explained they were stunned when they found out they were expecting again, after believing Vienna was conceived while holidaying in Fiji.
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Jemma revealed Vienna even gets mistaken for a doll, adding that her older brother Rio also has lots of hair.
“My son also has lots of hair – he has been amazing with her,” she explained.
“It’s her dad that she has got it from because he has all the dark features.”
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