Face it, you just couldn't eat the cutest carrot... even if it an alien
She's been dubbed The for helping hordes of women realise their dreams of against medical .
Now it seems acupuncturist Yvonne Darnell, 46, has used her special skills to give life to one of her own carrots - which bears an uncanny resemblance to an angel-faced alien.
The 'Sussex Stork' dug up the unusual legume from her Burgess Hill garden.
Alien roots: Acupuncturist Yvonne Darnell, dubbed The Baby Whisperer for the number of women she has helped to conceive, has grown a carrot with a distinctly intergalactic appearance
With green shoots for its hair and two dangling tips for its legs, it's easy to see how she has become attached to the arm-less root .
Yvonne has helped 80 women, who had previously been told they had no hope in having children, conceive.
Her first was a woman who had endured eight failed rounds of .
With green shoots for its hair and two dangling tips for its legs, it's easy to see how Yvonne has become attached to the arm-less root vegetable.
Other crunchy carrots to have hit the in recent years include a five-fingered specimen grown by Peter Jackson, 66, in Shropshire, and a Buzz Lightyear lookalike found by Clive Williams in Henley-on-Thames, Oxon.
In 2010 a U.S.S. Starship Enterprise-shaped potato was spotted at the National Gardening Show in Shepton Mallet,.
Amateur gardener Peter Glazebrook pulled up the giant spud - a whopping 8lb 4oz.
Baby-shaped pears, a parsnip that looked like a witch and a potato have all also been discovered.
Hands up for the carrot. The five-fingered vegetable which was grown in Shropshire
Grandfather Clive Williams was shocked to discover the spitting image of the Toy Story character Buzz Lightyear while digging up his vegetable patch