The Derricos, who went viral when they welcomed triplets, making their kids 14, are preparing to welcome another child.

Karen, 40, and Deon Derrico, 49, welcomed four sets of multiple births back to back after their two oldest children Darrian, 16 and Derrick, 11, were born.

Now the couple has revealed they may be welcoming a 15th child to the family in the new series of TLC’s Doubling Down with the Derricos.

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In a clip of the show, Deon can be seen questioning Karen about her weird food cravings as she munches on pickles.

She says: “The pie smell is making me sick.”

Karen then checks her calendar and realizes her period is a week late and Deon demands she takes a pregnancy test, with his mum adding: “When is the line drawn, for real?”

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She later adds: “Not another baby. It’s overwhelming with the ones that are here.”

Karen and Deon first had Darrian, 16 and Derrick, 11. Then they welcomed twins Dallas and Denver, 10, followed by Deniko, Dariz, Deonee, Daician and Daiten, 8.

They then welcomed twins Diez and Dior, 3, who are often referred to as the “triplins” as their triplet brother Carter, passed away just a couple of hours after delivery.

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Mum prepares to welcome 15th child after already having quintuplets, triplets and twins

In 2019 Karen and Deon became parents again, welcoming triplets Dawsyn, De’Aren, and Dyver, rounding off their brood to 14.

Now, they are preparing for a 15th child.

Mum prepares to welcome 15th child after already having quintuplets, triplets and twins


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