A pregnant mum went into labour at the Glastonbury festival this weekend, and delivered her baby daughter on the fields as music-lovers partied nearby.
Heidi Wesson was two weeks away from her due date when her little girl decided she wanted to join in the Glasto fun on Saturday evening and made her impromptu debut.
Proud mum Heidi was reportedly supported by her partner Sean Crothers as she gave birth at 3am in the festival's on-site medical facility.
The pair already have a one-year-old daughter Eadie, and Heidi has a son Connor, 10, from a previous relationship.
The 33-year-old Leicester mum later said she and her new little girl were 'fine and fabulous' as she took to Facebook to thank the festival officials for assisting her during her labour.
"Thanks to everyone for looking after us," she wrote, adding: "We are over the moon and a little shattered ;-) xxx ps: sorry for interrupting your night off Nana bloody love you xxx," - no doubt directed at her mum Sandra who is reported to have 'warned' her daughter not to attend the festival so far into her pregnancy!
A spokesman for Glastonbury sent his congratulations to the new parents and said he looked forward to welcoming them back in future years.
"We've had babies born here that are now grown-ups. They still come every year. That's a beautiful thing," he said.
Meanwhile, big brother Connor is reportedly 'disappointed' that his sister was born at Glastonbury because he 'did not want her to be a hippy baby'!
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