A YOUTHFUL looking mum has opened up about people’s reaction when they find out she’s got three children, including a 15-year-old daughter.
Nina Dixon, who can be found on TikTok at @ninadixon58, also said that nobody believes her when she tells them her real age and that she’s still ID’d constantly despite being 33.
In a video posted to her social media account, Nina was seen holding her baby daughter and wrote alongside it: “When people ask me if she’s my first child and I say no.”
Nina was then joined on screen by her other two children – her 15-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son.
And after she’d introduced her brood, she was inundated with comments about how she looked too young to be mum to all three.
One person wrote: “Girl, you and your 15 year old could be twins.”
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A second was in agreement as they said: “Oh my gosh, I fully thought you were in your early 20s or less.”
A third wrote: “Really didn’t see that coming.”
As a fourth commented: “You look so young! Go you.”
Someone else described Nina as “their older sister” and complimented her “gorgeous family”.
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Others asked Nina to share her skincare tips so they knew how she achieved her youthful glow.
Meanwhile, someone asked the mum-of-three: “That’s amazing, you look 23 or something, do you still get asked for ID?”
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To which Nina replied: “Story of my life.”
She continued in another video: “Over the years it’s caused me so many problems. If I’m buying alcohol, I’d never go into the shop without my ID.”
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