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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeTipping Point fans were stunned after a mum shared the ages of her three children, despite looking young Contestant Alison was on the show hoping to win the 10,000 jackpot.The GP receptionist from Exeter was asked by host Ben Shephard about her potential prize winnings.Alison revealed that if she won she would take a holiday abroad and book some driving lessons.Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up hereAccording to the Daily Star, she told the presenter: “I like to pass my driving test. I failed my test twice when I was 18.”I also like to take my children on a holiday abroad as I have never been able to do it and it would be nice to take them away.An inquisitive Ben prodded further to find out how many children Alison had.She replied: “I have three children. They are 16, 18 and 26.”Viewers at home rushed to their keyboards saying Alison looked amazing look for a mother of a 26 year old child.Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: “She has a kid the same age as me?? She looks so young.”A second person posted: “She has a 26 year old?”While a third viewer said: “Alison on Tipping Point doesn’t look old enough to have a 26 year old child!”Stephen, Jayne, John and Alison all answered a series of questions to win turns on an arcade style machine.Dropping tokens down a choice of four chutes, they each hoped to knock piles of the counters off a moving shelve the more they collected, the greater the prize fund.Enter your postcode below to claim a free scratchcardNewsallMost ReadMost RecentITVTipping Point fans amazed by ‘young’ looking mum as she shares ages of her three childrenA youthful Alison floored fans after Ben Shephard asked about her familyThug battered partner for years but didn’t push her out windowCourtsShe repeatedly suffered at the abuser’s hands but a jury found her broken back wasn’t his faultThree wicked sisters from Manchester who ran amok in LiverpoolCourtsThey ripped off people and businesses across our city but now they have to payNotorious crime gang linked to brutal execution of dad of sixCrimeJames Taylor is thought to have been targeted as a result of a dispute in the Everton areaFull list of coronavirus laws that if broken could land you with a hefty fineCoronavirusHow much you might have to pay if your break one of these rules.