A woman from Brazil suffers from a bizarre disease, which is why her three children are suffering from albinism and are white, although her skin tone is dark. For this reason, she is often mistaken for a nanny.
When Fernanda Andrade Rosemere, a woman aged 31, had her first newborn in your arms thought that doctors made a mistake. Thus, both she and her ex-husband, Joao, have dark skin, but their daughter, Ruth, had white skin, blond hair and blue eyes, according to the Mirror.
It was later discovered that Ruth suffers from a rare genetic disease called albinism, and she doesn’t have skin pigment. Since then Rosemere had two more white children and three black. When she goes out with her children, she is often mistaken for their nanny.