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William Tyrrell’s biological mother gives birth to sixth child – missing boy expected to be 13 today

William Tyrrell’s biological mother has given birth to her sixth child, with the missing boy due to turn 13 on Wednesday.

The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also celebrates her 36th birthday on Wednesday, after welcoming the birth of her baby.

She gave birth to her second youngest in December 2022 and is engaged to her current partner, according to her Facebook profile.

She was seen to be heavily pregnant with her sixth child in January this year.

A recent photo shows the mother with her child and newborn.

The woman’s biological son William, who disappeared without a trace while in the care of his adoptive parents in Kendall on the NSW mid-north coast in September 2014, is believed to have celebrated his entrance into adolescence on Wednesday.

It will be ten years since he disappeared next September.

His biological mother regularly shares photos of her other children.

In the hours following William’s disappearance, the toddler’s biological mother was raided by police at her home in Blacktown, in Sydney’s west, which she shared with her then partner, who was also the biological father of William.

William Tyrrell’s biological mother gives birth to sixth child – missing boy expected to be 13 today

William Tyrrell’s biological mother, who cannot be identified, gave birth to her sixth child

In the years since William’s disappearance, as he became Australia’s highest-profile missing child case, his birth mother has faced run-ins with police and volatile personal relationships.

In 2018, she revealed her grief and agony over the mystery of her missing child in a television interview, in which she admitted that she felt “like the worst mom in the world” after the 2014 disappearance, adding that he who took William “needs a bullet”. ‘.

William was separated from his biological mother and father at just seven months old in early 2012.

At the inquest into William’s disappearance in 2019, the biological mother testified that she had “not given up” on getting William back after he was taken into the care of the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS). ) and entrusted to foster parents.

Police investigations into whether William’s adoptive mother may have been involved in the boy’s disappearance have been suspended until an inquest is held into her suspected death.

William’s adoptive mother, who also cannot be named for legal reasons, has repeatedly denied any involvement in William’s disappearance.

William disappeared from his adoptive grandmother's home in September 2014. He has never been found

William disappeared from his adoptive grandmother’s home in September 2014. He has never been found

William Tyrrell (pictured with his biological parents and older sister) was taken from their care and placed with foster parents before disappearing.

William Tyrrell (pictured with his biological parents and older sister) was taken from their care and placed with foster parents before disappearing.

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