A A British schoolgirl who fled to Syria to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant declared that she did not regret it, but wished to return to the United Kingdom to give birth.

Shamima Begum, 19, disappeared from her home in Bethnal Green, London, four years ago, along with two other teenage girls, Kadiza Sultana and Amira Abase.

A girl who identified herself as Shamima Begum was found in a refugee camp in Syria during the collapse of Isil's caliphate, the Times reported.

In an interview with the paper, she described how she lived in the Caliphate and married a Dutch fighter, Isil of the Netherlands, Yago Riedijk.

She was very pregnant and had to give birth every day.

The girl lives in the refugee camp of Al-Hawl in northern Syria, with 39,000 other refugees.

She said she saw a sliced ​​head in a garbage bin during her visit to Isil and escaped the bombs, the Times reported.

The teenager also said that she had already given birth to two children, who died at a young age.

She told the Times: "I'm not the same stupid 15-year-old schoolgirl who ran away from Bethnal Green four years ago, and I do not regret coming here."