Normally a female human has an X allosome from her father and an X allosome form her mother. What if an double mutation happened, which causes that someone has two X allosomes form her mother and no allosomes form her father? Will this person be a normal female?
Note that it is both possible that there are no allosomes form the father or mother (known as Turners syndrome, (45, X)) and that there are two X allosomes form the mother (known as (47, XXX) and (47, XXY) respectively).
Since the Turner syndrome happens for 1 in 5000 births, and the Triple X syndrome happens for 1 in 1000 births, I estimate that this would happen once in 5 million births.