Shamima Begum, one of three teenage girls who have fled east to a new life with the Islamic State Group, says she has given birth to a small boy.
Ms. Begum left four years ago at the age of 15 The Syrian refugee camp last week hopes to return home.
The 19-year-old told Sky News: "People should be sympathetic towards me for everything I've gone through."
UK is required to leave a Briton without any claim to another nationality.
When asked if she made a mistake when she traveled to Syria, Ms. Begum told Sky News, "In a sense yes, but I do not regret it's because it changed me as a person.  "It made me stronger, harder. I married my husband. I would never have found someone like him in the UK. "
She continued," I had my kids, I had a good time there.
"It's just that things got harder and I could not I no longer take it."
Earlier, Mohammed Tasnime Akunjee, a lawyer from Ms. Begum's family, told Radio 4 The World This Weekend: "She are obviously very happy and happy that Shamima has been successful and healthy. "
But he added that after the reported death of the two other children of Ms. Begum in Syria, they were" very worried "about the baby and wanted to that they come back.
Ms. Begum and two other students, Kadiza Sultana and Amira Abase left Bethnal Green in February 2015 in East London.
It is believed that Kadiza died when a house was blown up and the fate of Almira is unknown.
"OK with it"
Mrs. Begum was first tracked down by The Times. In an interview published on February 13, she said she was pregnant and had lost two children.
Asked if they knew IS beheadings before they went to Syria, she told Sky News, "I knew about these things and it was OK with them, because, I started just before I left
"As far as I've heard, everything is Islamic."
She continued, "During my absence, I saw all the videos on the Internet and that somehow attracted me to them, just as it attracted many people."
Ms. Begum said she fled Baghuz. The last fortress of the Islamic State in eastern Syria two weeks ago.
It is believed that her husband, a Dutch converted to Islam, has surrendered to a group of Syrian fighters.
She said to Sky News, "I was just a housewife for the entire four years."
"You do not really have proof that I've done anything dangerous."
Meanwhile, the debate continues over whether to prevent Mrs Begum from entering the UK.
Interior Minister Sajid Javid warned in the Sunday Times that he did not want to "hesitate" to prevent the return of British who had traveled to IS
He wrote: "The difficult challenge we face now is what we are should be against those who are still trying to return.
But the government has no drawbacks in Syria, saying it will not risk life to help British people who have joined a banned terrorist group.
If Ms. Begum can reach a British consulate in a recognized country, Security chiefs could do this "their return. Cabinet Secretary Jeremy Wright told BBC Andrew Marr that the newborn's nationality is "not straightforward".
The former Attorney General said, "In the end, she has to answer for her actions."
"So it's right, if she can return to Britain, she will, but she will, provided that we do
IS & # 39; ready
The US-backed Kurdish forces are continuing an attack on the last bag of Islamic State territory on the Syrian side of the Iraqi border.
US President Donald Trump called for Western Allies to withdraw and implement More than 800 IS militants were captured by the Kurdish-led forces during the trial
He said the IS caliphate was "ready to fall
The then Chief of the British Army, Lord Dannatt, supported Mr Trump's calls and said Britain had a "responsibility" towards those who wanted to join ISIS.
In a conversation withSkySophyRidgeamSonntag, they argued that they would be treated "fairly and firmly" by "a little mercy" [Elder Dannatt explained] "It is not right to say," The Americans can take them and the other fighters and get them trapped in Guantanamo. "
But he warned wrong to believe IS was" 100% defeated. "
" The ideology, the thinking, the support behind it, that will continue, "he said." And that will be the fight stay for this generation, maybe even for the next generation. "