Mums have been sharing their astonishing birth stories of babies who were delivered in minutes - with some lucky mums delivering in seconds.

After mum Sophie Bugg, 29, made the headlines when she delivered daughter Millie with one push in just 27 seconds, Hull mums have shared their own incredible birthing stories. Read more about Sophie's experience here.

With the average labour lasting about eight to ten hours, and the 'pushing stage' around one to two hours, many mums will be jealous to read their accounts of labour and deliveries lasting only a matter of minutes

One mum said: "All mine have been less than an hour but with fourth baby, I was having a normal conversation with the midwife and then I said 'oh I think baby is coming'.

"I knelt on the bed and one push later, out he popped.

"If we had to count I would say less than 20 seconds from realising that I was in full blown labour to him being completely out.

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Sophie Bugg, whose daughter was delivered with just one push in 27 seconds
Sophie Bugg, whose daughter was delivered with just one push in 27 seconds

"Baby number five is due in four weeks. Husband follows me round with a net."

Rachel Williams said: "One push too, but no luxury of super quick labour, had to do all the pain. No stitches though, suppose you can't have it all.

"Trainee midwife was in disbelief that with one push, she was out. 'Never seen anything like it, I can't believe it!' she said."

Leanne Gray also had a super-speedy delivery, she said: "One push with my boy, 32-second labour on my records."

Cherrelle Cross said she's "scared" for baby number four, who is due imminently, after a fast delivery with her third.

She said: "My first was eight hours, second was four, and my third was 15 minutes. Currently pregnant with my fourth and scared it's going to go fast, hopefully be in hospital for inducing before he makes an appearance."

Ashley Lynn had a very surprise delivery with her daughter, she said: "I got to hospital, there was a trail of blood behind me.

"They put me in a room, sat me down for an epidural, I lay back down, and my daughter just shot out of the foot of the bed.

"The nurse had to catch her like a football. Doctor wasn't even in the room!"

Nikki Saunders was similarly lucky with the swift arrival of her daughter, she said: "I arrived at hospital at 8am, had my daughter at 8.31am. My first contraction were only at 7.30am, so within an hour and only four contractions my daughter was born."

Sharon Railton shared her birth stories with her three children which will no doubt make her the envy of many.

She said: "45 minutes with the first, five minutes (with) the second on the bathroom floor feet-first. Ten minutes with the third, no pain just back ache, thank the Lord."