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Youngest Celebrity Moms Ever – 25 Who Had Babies When They Were Under the Age of 25! (Photos)

By Sunny Chanel |

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There are a few  new members of the youngest celebrity mom club, although they still have their buns in the their ovens, their membership is eminent. These women (from the TV world) will be in some very good company joining icons of the music, film and even the literature realms.

One thing for sure, having children while under the age of twenty-five didn’t seem to slow these women down. Many enjoyed the prime of their careers after the birth of their son or daughter. Some were famous when they were very young, and their baby was a welcome addition to their busy lives. Others had babies at home while they went to go off and make their mark on the world.

Check out this list of 25 women who had babies under the age of 25. Who made the list?

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25 Stars Who Had Babies When They Were Under 25. Youngest Celebrity Moms EVER

Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin is the youngest mom on our list. She gave birth to her first son at the young age of 14 and her second son at the age of 16. She released her first single at the age of 18 and her grandmother took care of her children while Aretha went off to become famous.

Photos: PacificCoastNews, PR Photos, Wikipedia


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9 thoughts on “Youngest Celebrity Moms Ever – 25 Who Had Babies When They Were Under the Age of 25! (Photos)

  1. Alicia says:

    Having a child under 25 is young? Um, I was a military vet and married when I had my son at 23, and I wasn’t ‘young’ by any means.

  2. Danielle says:

    Her name is Jamie Lynn I think?

  3. Kitalia says:

    Under 18 is young. Many of my friends got married right after graduation, and are now having kids. We are aged between 20 and 24.

  4. Kitalia says:

    I wish they would stop making it sound like if you have kids before your late 20′s your life is over.

  5. Danielle says:

    I thought the same thing- like, “Wow! Can you believe women CAN be successful when they have kids young?” Having kids doesn’t stop your life, they enhance it- I’m driven to be more successful for my kids!

  6. karedi says:

    i was pregnant at 19 with my first child tarlayah n now im pregnant with my second at age 21.i dnt think thats to young lol…

  7. Darcy says:

    Under 25 is really not that young. I would say under 18 would be note worthy enough to write an article about. But over 20 is not really a big deal or even a new thing.

  8. margo says:

    In my opinion, the younger the better, but not too young (like around 17)!

  9. kim says:

    I had a child at 17 and my aunt at 16. She runs a hospital and I have a incredible life and make a good living. Iv also raised very good kids. My cousin waited til 30 and her kids are awful! Little demons! You just don’t know

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