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I am a teenage mother after becoming pregnant at the age of 14. Six weeks after birth, I returned to school and took my baby to the prom.

When a school girl who became pregnant at the age of 14 returned to school and sat down at GCSE and took her young son to a school prom to celebrate, the critics were wrong. Proved.

Suffolk shocked Ipswitch-based Ashley Hazelton, 16, shocks students, her parents, and teachers at Ipswitch's Westborn Academy on a prom date. ..

Her proud mother, Haley Tricker, 38, filmed the moment Ashley and Lorenzo were taken to a school prom in Rimo and her classmates rampaged.

Ashley said: "I got out of the car, everyone chanted my name, swarmed around us and rushed to me.

" I was very nervous on my way to the venue! No one of my classmates knew what I was planning. Lorenzo wasn't nervous, but in fact 10 minutes of power There was a nap.

"People said it was brave, but that wasn't a big deal for me. I just did it! I really enjoyed the whole night, And it was a very special moment for me. "

After spending a day of different emotions, Mama and Nan Haley were by her side, recording their daughters' admission to the prom. was doing.

Haley states: } "She has already received some results and passed with an amazing flight color. She continued to study and then brought her back to her motherhood very well.

" In terms of preparation Everything was going well, but God was a moving day. As soon as she arrived, I and my friends were weeping behind the camera.

"She There was a big response from everyone, and it was very nice that my friends supported me. The teachers were great, and of course Lorenzo got a lot of attention.

"My mother lives in New Zealand, so I recorded this video. Obviously there was a negative comment about TikTok, but I just deleted it. 98% are really nice, Really good. Real comments that made us all so happy! "

Ashley has since graduated from school and studied public services at college in the hope of becoming a firefighter. I'm trying.