It has got to be sorted out.' According to the teenage parents, their baby daughter - born weighing 7lb 3oz - was conceived after a single night of unprotected sex. 'We didn't think we would need help from our parents.'I was on the Pill but missed one,' Chantelle told The Sun. You don't really think about that when you find out you are pregnant. 'I have started a church course and I am going to do work experience helping other young mums.' Mother and child are living with Chantelle's mother Penny, 38, her out-of-work father Steve, 43, and their family in a council house in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Mrs Stedman said: 'I told her it was lovely to have the baby but I wish it was in different circumstances.@Regrann from @natgeo – Sometimes our children lead the way.
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They had been married for 14 years after Dennis divorced Nicole's mother.
Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith described the astonishing case as a 'tragic example' of the nation's social decline.
Mr Duncan Smith, who runs the Centre for Social Justice think-tank, said: 'I don't know about these particular families but too many dysfunctional families in Britain today have children growing up where anything goes.
'I hope that somehow these children grow up into responsible parents, but the truth is parenthood is just not something they should even be thinking about right now.' Gordon Brown said: 'I don't know the individual details of the case, but of course I think all of us would want to avoid teenage pregnancies.' The council home of Chantelle Stedman where she, Alfie and their baby are staying with her parents Children's Secretary Ed Balls said: 'It's just an awful case.
You look at that young lad being a dad when he is so young - and also the teenage girl - and you think it's not right, this looks so terrible.
His father Dennis, 45, himself a father of nine who is separated from his wife, said he was 'gobsmacked' when he discovered the schoolboy was to become a father. 'He said it was the first time he'd had sex, that he didn't know what he was doing and of the complications that could come.