Shamima Begum, one of the three teenage girls who left London for a new life with a group of Islamic states, says she gave birth to a boy.
Ms. Begum was four years old at the age of 15 years. She hopes to return to her homeland last week in a Syrian refugee camp.
A 19-year-old boy told Sky News: "People should have compassion for me for everything that I have gone through."
Under international law, the United Kingdom is obliged to allow the British without any claim to another citizenship.
Asked if she made a mistake going to Syria, Ms. Begum told Sky News: "In a way, yes, but I do not regret it because it changed me as a person."
"It made me stronger , tougher. I married my husband. I would not find him like him in the UK.
She continued: "I had children, I spent a good time there."
"Just then everything became harder and I could not."
Earlier, Mohammed Tassimme Akunji, lawyer of Ms. Begum's family, told Radio 4 The World This Weekend: "They are obviously very happy and happy that Shamima was successful and she was healthy."
But he added that, after reporting on the death of two other children, Mrs. Begum in Syria, they are "very concerned" child and want them to return.
Ms. Begum and two other schoolgirls, Kadiya Sultan and Amira Abase, left Bethnal Green in eastern Lon Don in February 2015.
Cadiz is believed to have died when the house was blown up and the fate of Almirar is unknown.
& # 39; OK with him
Ms. Begum was originally tracked by The In an interview published on February 13, she said she was very pregnant and lost two children.
Asked if she knew about headache before she went to Syria, she told Sky News: "I knew about these things, and I was Because, as you know, I became religious before I went.
"From what I have heard, Islam is all it is allowed to do."
She continued: "During my ride, I saw all the videos on the Internet, and it just attracted me to them, as a lot of people are attracted to."
Ms. Begum said she ran away from Baguza, the last stronghold of an Islamic state in eastern Syria, two weeks ago.
Her husband, a Dutchman who converted to Islam, seems to have turned into a group of Syrian soldiers.
She told Sky News: "I was just a housewife
" They do not really have evidence that I have done something dangerous. "
" A difficult challenge "
Meanwhile, a debate is continuing on whether a lady Rugum refuse to return to
Writing in the Sunday Times, Interior Minister Sayid Jawawed warned that he was "not ashamed" to prevent the return of the British who traveled to join the IP. You need to do with those who are still trying to return. "
But the government does not mind
If Ms. Begum will be able to get to the British cons The secretary of state Jeremy Wright told the BBC's Andrew Marr that the nationality of the new child was "difficult".
The former Attorney General said: "In the end, she will have to answer for her actions.
"So, it's right that if she can return to the UK, she will do it, but she will do it for an understanding that we can bring it into consideration by this time."
I am ready
The Kurdish forces supported by the Americans continue to storm the last pocket of the Islamic state on the Syrian side of the Iraqi border.
US President Donald Trump has invited Western allies to return and put back more than 800 militants seized by forces led by the Kurdish forces.
He said that the caliphate is "ready to fall."
Former head of the British army, Lord Dunnatt, supported Mr Trump's calls, saying that Britain is "Responsible" to those left to join the IC
On Sunday, speaking to Sky's Sophy Ridge, he argued that they should be treated "fairly and firmly," "mercy" would help prevent other radicals.
Lord Dunnatt explained: "It can not be said that" Americans can take her and other fighters and squeeze them to Guantanamo. "
is cautioned that they mistakenly believe that the IC was" 100% defeated. "
"The ideology, thinking, support behind it will continue," he said. "And this will remain a struggle for this generation, perhaps even the next generation."