LONDON: What else could be more regretting than knowing you’ve been celebrating your birthday wrong day for decades?
Well, a British woman recently discovered that she’d been marking her birthday on the wrong for 50 years.
Sandra Blackman, 53, thought it was November 10 but then she saw her birth certificate said November 11.
But now she’s looked at an old school letter that tells her she was born on November 12. Now she’s considering having a three-day party just to be sure, reported the Metro.
She said: ‘I’m more confused than ever before but I am still going to have a good time and a great party. The Queen has two birthdays so why can’t I have three birthdays?
‘I think it is something that runs in the family. My mum celebrated her birthday on the wrong day for 16 years,’ she says.
Sandra had never seen her birth certificate before because she has never held a passport or driving licence.
But when she went to get a copy earlier this year she noticed she had been celebrating her birthday wrong all her life.
Unfortunately, her mother died last November so she can’t check with her, the report added.