Meet the woman whose TWO vaginas have pocketed her £1million: 24-year-old OnlyFans star


An OnlyFans star born with two vaginas has told how she designates one ‘for work’ and the other for her boyfriend. 

Annie Charlotte, from Surrey, was diagnosed with uterus didelphys at the age of 16 after getting a contraceptive coil fitted.

The unusual condition means the 24-year-old also has two uteruses and cervixes — and all of her anatomy is fully functional.

Ms Charlotte, who claims to have made more than £1million creating adult content using her unique selling point as an advantage, also experiences two periods each month. But she is able to manage both with contraception. 

Discussing her life with the condition, Ms Charlotte told how her boyfriend, who she met in February, has been ‘incredibly supportive’.

Annie Charlotte, from Surrey, was diagnosed with uterus didelphys at the age of 16 after getting a contraceptive coil fitted. The unusual condition means the 24-year-old also has two uteruses and cervixes — and all of her anatomy is fully functional

Annie Charlotte, from Surrey, was diagnosed with uterus didelphys at the age of 16 after getting a contraceptive coil fitted. The unusual condition means the 24-year-old also has two uteruses and cervixes — and all of her anatomy is fully functional 

Ms Charlotte, who claims to have made more than £1million creating adult content using her unique selling point as an advantage, also experiences two periods each month. But she is able to manage both with contraception

Ms Charlotte, who claims to have made more than £1million creating adult content using her unique selling point as an advantage, also experiences two periods each month. But she is able to manage both with contraception 

A double uterus occurs when a developing womb — which starts off as two separate ducts — fails to join together. Medics don't yet know why the condition occurs. But it is thought to affect just one in every 3,000 women. It can cause infertility among some sufferers, as it increases the risk of miscarriage because the uterus is smaller and may restrict the growth of a foetus. Surgery to join a double uterus into one is possible but not often recommended by medics, unless patients experience severe symptoms

A double uterus occurs when a developing womb — which starts off as two separate ducts — fails to join together. Medics don’t yet know why the condition occurs. But it is thought to affect just one in every 3,000 women. It can cause infertility among some sufferers, as it increases the risk of miscarriage because the uterus is smaller and may restrict the growth of a foetus. Surgery to join a double uterus into one is possible but not often recommended by medics, unless patients experience severe symptoms

She said: ‘We have a rule: one vagina is for work, and the other is for him.

‘He’s amazing, we’re really happy. I didn’t tell him about my condition until after we had sex for the first time.

‘He reacted with shock and then he asked me a ton of questions and was super curious.’

She added: ‘It was more just curiosity more than anything, and then he said “I want to claim one, I want one for me and then you can use the other one for work” — and that was how we got the arrangement.’ 

While all women born with uterus didelphys have two wombs, only some also have two separate cervixes and vaginas.

What is  uterus didelphys?

Uterus didelphys, also known as a double uterus, is a condition where a woman is born with two uterus, two separate cervixes and sometimes two vaginas, though this is not always the case.

It occurs because in a female foetus the uterus starts out as two small tubes.

As the foetus develops, the tubes normally join to create one larger, hollow organ — the uterus.

Sometimes the tubes don’t join completely and each one develops into a separate hollow organ so the woman is born with two wombs.

It often only becomes noticeable after puberty and is diagnosed with a physical exam or an ultrasound scan.

In terms of physical anatomy, the two wombs are often slightly smaller than average in order to fit, though they can be as big as a ‘normal’ womb.

It also makes it possible to be pregnant twice at the same time – with a baby in each womb.

Some women are also born with two vaginas, although they can have sex and menstruate in the same way as women with just one.

Each uterus has its own fallopian tube and ovary. 

Many women don’t know they have the condition because it does not always trigger symptoms. 

Some are only diagnosed in pregnancy when they get routine scans and tests.

However, signs can include pain during sex, heavy bleeding, frequent miscarriages and preterm labour.

A double uterus occurs when a developing womb — which starts off as two separate ducts — fails to join together.

Medics don’t yet know why the condition occurs. 

But it is thought to affect just one in every 3,000 women.

It can cause infertility among some sufferers, as it increases the risk of miscarriage because the uterus is smaller and may restrict the growth of a foetus.

Surgery to join a double uterus into one is possible but not often recommended by medics, unless patients experience severe symptoms. 

The procedure removes the wall of tissue separating the two vaginas. 

This can help the chances of sustaining a pregnancy. 

Ms Charlotte said: ‘I’m too busy to be thinking about kids.

‘But I think in future, pregnancy is going to be so tough for me with my condition and I think it’s been off-putting.

‘It’s not something I’ve been thinking about because of all the complications.

‘It’s something I’m incredibly nervous about.’

Previously she had admitted she was told having children ‘would be very difficult’.

Discussing her life with the condition, Ms Charlotte told how her boyfriend, who she met in February, has been 'incredibly supportive'. She said: 'We have a rule: one vagina is for work, and the other is for him'

Discussing her life with the condition, Ms Charlotte told how her boyfriend, who she met in February, has been ‘incredibly supportive’. She said: ‘We have a rule: one vagina is for work, and the other is for him’

While all women born with uterus didelphys have two wombs, only some also have two separate cervixes and vaginas. Each uterus has its own fallopian tube and ovary. Many women don't know they have the condition because it does not always trigger symptoms

While all women born with uterus didelphys have two wombs, only some also have two separate cervixes and vaginas. Each uterus has its own fallopian tube and ovary. Many women don’t know they have the condition because it does not always trigger symptoms

She said: ‘I was a young woman, I was just starting to become interested in dating and exploring different parts of my body and I was suddenly told it was different to everyone else’s.

‘As a teenager, you want to be “normal”, and being told you weren’t, was really quite scary.

‘I went off the rails a little, I didn’t tell anyone anything, and I found it difficult to speak to my mum about it.’

But now she has ‘completely embraced’ the condition and has ‘never been more confident’.

At university she also used the quip ‘I have two vaginas’ as an ice breaker.

She said: ‘I really started to accept it. I stopped looking at it as a medical issue, and all the problems that could arise from having children, and instead something that was just a super-cool aspect of myself because of people’s reactions, they would be shocked but also so interested.

‘Now, I’ve completely embraced it and accepted it as part of myself, and I’ve never been more confident.’



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