BRITAIN’S oldest mum of quads has revealed how she introduced them to her idol — George Michael.

Tracey Britten, 51, worships the late pop star and has a huge photo in her living room of the moment she met him.

She even named one of her miracle babies in memory of the Careless Whisper singer.

And after getting them home for Christmas, she took each one to her “shrine”.

Tracey told The Sun: “I was George Michael’s biggest fan. I have a tattoo of his face on my arm and a picture of us together taken near his home in Highgate in 2006. It has pride of place on the wall.

“I brought the quads home and introduced them. I lifted my boy up under his photo, and said, ‘George, meet George’.

The Sun told on Christmas Eve how Tracey was the “happiest woman alive” after getting her babies home from hospital a month early.

George, identical twins Francesca and Fredrica and sister Grace had been born premature in October after being conceived via £7,000 IVF.

Tracey — already a mum of three and a gran of eight — said it meant she had the “perfect Christmas” with roofer husband Stephen in Arnos Grove, North London.

She is now settling back into life as a full-time mum.

Tracey said: “We’re getting through 24 nappies a day, and a 400g tin of milk formula every day and a half.

“It’s not cheap. They are being fed on special formula because of their low birth weight.

“By the time you’ve finished feeding all four, it’s time to start again. My arms do ache.

“We’ve spent £2,000 on clothes, towels and blankets, £1,200 on a buggy, four £80 car seats, four £45 rockers, and all the paraphernalia.

“But obviously it’s worth every penny.”

She added: “I’m writing a journal and want to make it a book to help anyone else in the same position — called Against All Quads.”