A British woman with two reproductive systems — a condition known as uterus didelphys — defied the odds and gave birth to a healthy baby girl named Mirela Elizabeth last week, London’s Daily Mail reported.

Lindsay Hasaj, 27, who found out she had two wombs, two cervixes and two vaginas after getting pregnant last Novemeber.

Doctors were surprised Hasaj was able to become pregnant — there was only a 50 percent chance of sperm finding and fertilizing an ovulating ovary.

Hasaj, and her husband Tony, of Finchely, London, told the newspaper that baby Mirela, who was born via Caesarean section, is “beautiful and healthy.”

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