According to a report released in 2013 by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, 44 percent of women have their first baby by the time they're 25. For a handful of Latina celebrities, this stat reigns true. From Sofia Vergara to Vanessa Bryant, these women are the youngest moms in Hollywood:
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Devious Maids star Paula Garces became pregnant with her first child, Skye Mahoney, when she was just 17-years-old. In 2013, Garces revealed that many people tried to put her down but she never let the noise get in her way. "I did hear from people that I was ruining my life and my career before it even started by having a baby," she told MamasLatinas.com. "I guess I just never let it stop me from dreaming and reaching my goals."
Evelyn Lozada may have just welcomed a baby boy earlier this year, but she became a parent for the first time long before. At the age of 17, while still in high school, Lozada gave birth to her daughter Shaniece Hairston.
Sofia Vergara married her childhood sweetheart in 1991 at the age of 18. In September 1992, the Colombian Modern Family actress welcomed her first and only child, Manolo.
Vanessa Bryant wed L.A. Lakers basketball star Kobe Bryant in 2001, when she was just 19-years-old. In 2003, a few months before her 21st birthday, Bryant welcomed the couple's first daughter Natalia Diamante Bryant.
Jade Jagger, Nicaraguan philanthropist Bianca Jagger's only child with rock star Mick Jagger, welcomed her first child Assisi Lola Jackson in 1992 at the age of 21. Jagger and her now 22-year-old daughter are reportedly both pregnant and expecting their babies later this year.
Despite being only 15 when she became pregnant with her first child Janney "Chiquis" Marin Rivera, the late Jenni Rivera supported herself and her daughter while also working toward her GED at a continuation school and graduating as class valedictorian.