Dressed in her favourite pink pyjamas, the little girl peered through the car window, waving as her mummy tottered off on her high heels into a nightclub with her friends.
To passers-by, the laughing young woman looked completely carefree. Except she wasn’t. The vulnerable child in the car was proof of that.
Today, more than two decades on, that little girl still bears the emotional scars of her upbringing – all caused, she says, by the fact her mother became pregnant with her when she was just 16. Danielle Stockwood, 26, a retail assistant who lives near Worthing, West Sussex, remembers her youthful confusion.
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