We're all aware of what seems to be an epidemic of teen pregnancies these days. This is a particular problem in the northeast of England, where 1 in 20 girls will have a baby before the age of 18. Since this isn't all that new of a statistic, women in that region who had children in their teens are now dealing with those kids getting pregnant, leading to a new epidemic: Grandmas in their early 30s. The BBC documentary Britain's Youngest Grannies profiled a handful of these modern families. In the clip above, we meet Pauline, who became a grandmother at 34 when her 16-year-old daughter gave birth to a little girl.