Women in London are among those more likely to give birth to big babies.
There were 166 babies born with a weight of five Kilos (11lbs 0oz) and more in 2016 in London, the latest birth statistics from the Office for National Statistics reveal.
This works out a percentage of 0.13% out of the total 128,803 live births last year, one of the highest percentage across England and Wales.
The most common weight for newborns was between three and (6.1lbs 0oz) and 3.99 kilos (7.7lbs 0oz), corresponding to 37.3%, or 47,992 babies, of the total.
There were also 1,036 babies born with a weight under 1.5 kilos (3.3lbs 0oz), this works out as 1.5% of all live births.
Mothers in London gave birth at home to 2,290 babies, or 1.8% of all 127,168 maternities (when a pregnancy resulted in the birth of one or more children including stillbirths).
In the region there were 636 stillbirths, resulting in a rate of 4.9 stillbirths for every 1,000 births, above the England average of 4.3.
In 2016, across England and Wales, 947 babies were born with a weight of five Kilos (11lbs 0oz) and over, or 0.14% of 696,271 babies born.
Wales saw a higher rate compared to England, 0.16% (53 out of 32,936 live births) against 0.14% in England (894 out of 663,157).
There were 14,793 births at home in England and Wales. That works out as a percentage of 2.2%.
Wales, again, saw a higher percentage compared to England with 2.7% (or 893 home births) out of 32,573 maternities against a 2.1% in England.
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