Sophia Grace responds critics who say she’s too younger to have a child


Sophia Grace understands folks have opinions on her being pregnant.

Grace, 19, who rose to fame on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” alongside together with her cousin Rosie McClelland, publicly introduced her being pregnant this week.

“I feel like 19 is quite young, obviously, to have a baby,” she informed E! Information. “Usually most people are like, ‘You should have babies when you’re 30 and you’re married and you live in your own house,’ which is completely fine. But obviously everyone’s gonna have their different opinions.”

She added that regardless of folks weighing in, she’s completely happy.

“I just feel it’s about the person themselves,” she mentioned. “And as long as you feel ready and it’s something that you’re happy about, then it’s really no one else’s problem.”

Others have had shared their good needs, Grace mentioned.

“I’ve seen so many supportive comments about how ‘You’re young, but I had a baby at this age’ and it was so lovely,” she mentioned. “It really makes me feel happy when I see other girls comment that. It really, really makes me so more confident. At the start I was feeling a bit sort of overwhelmed. And you think about like, ‘How am I going to know how to do this? How am I going to learn how to carry the baby properly?’ It’s kind of scary.”

Grace mentioned her family and friends have been supportive and that she feels assured she will deal with turning into a mother.