2. Rod Stewart, Aged 17, Was One Of The Youngest Hollywood Baby Daddy's
The songwriter, also known as Roderick David Stewart is British resident, who has a Scottish ancestry. He was involved with his girlfriend, Susannah Boffey, who later gave birth to a little girl when Rod was 17 years old. The duo kept the baby but went their separate ways in no time. It was uncomfortable for Susannah to raise a kid on her own, at a young age, so she gave up her daughter for admission.
Rod had his fair share of women and had 7 children in total, aside from his first child Susannah. Some years passed and Rod to reconnect with his first daughter, Sarah Streeter. He told her how much he regretted leaving her all alone with her mother, and she forgave him. This was a shocking and emotional episode of the singer's life, but he is coming through, and he is a sweet dad to his 8 children.
3. William Shakespeare, Heard The Cry Of His Child At Age 18
Although everyone thought it was impossible, young and bright William Shakespeare got married to Anne Hathaway, a 26-year-old woman. William was only 18 years at the time, and he was already an adult, so the union could not be considered ‘Child Abuse' in 1583. Little did anyone know, that the young boy was going to do great things. It was rare for a boy of 18, from a poor background to be the husband of a lady from a prominent and rich family to decide to be wedded in holy matrimony, but these lovers put the whole town in awe.
At the time of the wedding, the normal wedding rites were read once and done quickly. Till today, some believed that this was done to keep the public’s eyes and ears away from the fact that Anne was already pregnant which was somewhat a taboo. This suspicion was confirmed when the bride gave birth to a beautiful Shakespeare daughter, Susanna, 6 months after her wedding with William, the poet at the time. About 24 months later, the couple brought a set of twins, Hamnet and Judith into the world and at this time, the famous poet was only 20 years old. They had to mourn the loss of one of the twins, Hamnet, as she died 10 years later of Bubonic plague, leaving the couple with just two children. Many people believe till today that William Shakespeare wrote the book titled ‘Hamlet' in honor of his late daughter Hamnet.
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