A baby girl was born with a small 'bruise' on her forehead that turned into a pomegranate-sized birthmark.

A baby girl was born with a small ‘bruise’ on her forehead that turned into a pomegranate-sized birthmark.

Dctors reassured the couple the blemish would disappear on its own but the mark – which was bigger than a 50p coin – started to scab and attracted cruel stares from strangers.

The blemish kept growing and Chloe was accepted onto a treatment trial at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), which cut off blood supply to her birthmark so it shrunk and could be surgically removed.

After going under the knife three times, Chloe is now left with just a slither of a scar and is proud to have been a ‘birthmark baby’.

Chloe Lambert was born on August 30 2009 with a tiny 'bruise' on her forehead that turned into a pomegranate-sized birthmark. After being told there was nothing doctors could do, she is pictured with her mother Jean on the first day of a treatment trial at Great Ormond Street Hospital to shrink the blemish

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After having it removed, the pair are pictured right last June

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Chloe Lambert was born on August 30 2009 with a tiny ‘bruise’ on her forehead that turned into a pomegranate-sized birthmark. After being told there was nothing doctors could do, she is pictured left with her mother Jean on the first day of a trial treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital to shrink the blemish. After having it removed, the pair are pictured right last June

The youngster was rushed to intensive care after she arrived at just 32 weeks, with Mrs Lambert – who is also mother to Chloe’s younger brother Thomas – having to be treated for a retained placenta, The Mirror reported.

A retained placenta occurs when it is not expelled from the body after labour, which can cause severe bleeding.

Unable to see her baby until five hours after the birth, Mrs Lambert instantly noticed the blemish on her daughter’s forehead but was more concerned about Chloe’s health following her early arrival.

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