Average (mean) age of mother at childbirth in England and Wales in 2016, by child number

Average age of mother at childbirth England and Wales 2016, by child number This statistic shows the mean age of mothers at childbirth in England and Wales in 2016, by child number. The average age of a mother at the time of her first child's birth is about 4 years younger than that of the fourth child.
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Mean age of mother
First child28.8
Second child30.9
Third child31.9
Fourth child32.9
All births30.4
Mean age of mother
First child28.8
Second child30.9
Third child31.9
Fourth child32.9
All births30.4
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This statistic shows the mean age of mothers at childbirth in England and Wales in 2016, by child number. The average age of a mother at the time of her first child's birth is about 4 years younger than that of the fourth child.
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Release date
November 2017
Region
England, Wales
Survey time period
2016

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