Doris (99) got shock message from her doctor: Pregnant!

 
Doris (99) got shock message from her doctor: Pregnant!
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Doris Ayling from England turns 100 years in November. Last Monday, she was told that she was pregnant.

The letter from the doctor stated that Doris was summoned to take a urine sample in connection with prenatal care.

The mother of three was naturally very surprised by the letter from the hospital in Portsmouth in England.

- I have three children and 20 grandchildren, but I have not been pregnant in 70 years, Doris told The Sun.

It all turned out to be a mistake of course. The hospital has confessed to the error and apologized to her son Brian (76).

- A rare administrative error happened and we have apologized for any unnecessary anxiety this may have brought, said a spokesman at the hospital to The Sun.

Both Doris and her son see the incident with humor.

- It is very funny. She has got a lot of enjoyment out of this and everybody had a good laugh, her son said to The Sun.

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