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Mum turns entrepreneur after loss of twins

By Nicola Everett

A Kent mum says starting her own baby clothing range has helped her get over the loss of her twins when she was 20 weeks pregnant.

Amanda O'Brien donates some of her profits to a charity that looks into the condition that caused her to lose the babies.

The 33-year-old has now arranged a pop-up market in Dartford for other local entrepreneurs - with their entrance fee also going to good causes.

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