Teenage mum Keisha Castle-Hughes has vowed her new baby will not affect her acting career.
The Whale Rider actress, 17, gave birth to her first child Felicity-Amore in April (07) with her 20-year-old boyfriend Bradley Hull, after a four year relationship.
Castle-Hughes welcomed the little girl a week late after three days of labour.
She says, "It was just the most amazing moment.
"For the last three days I had been in the worst agony of my life and right then I forgot every single minute of it. I just thought, 'I'd do this all over again.'
"Just because I have a baby, it doesn't mean that my career is going to go kaput. I have a really ambitious streak in me. I want to do it now more than I ever did."
Castle-Hughes became the youngest ever Oscar nominee for Best Actress in 2004 at 13 years of age.
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