- A photo has surfaced of twin brothers who reportedly became dads on the same auspicious day
- Sa’ad and Sa’id also reportedly married twin sisters on the same day
- The stunning photo shows the duo carrying their adorable babies in their arms and the exceptional story has wowed people worldwide
An awe-inspiring photo has emerged of male twins who reportedly got married to two female twins and have also become fathers of sets of twins respectively. The pair, identified as Sa’ad and Sa’id, was pictured in a recent frame with their new babies.
The men and their adorable twins have gained traction on social media. In the goosebump-raising image making the rounds on social media, the new twin fathers are seen carrying their beautiful babies in their arms.
The proud twin dads were pictured in matching traditional attire.
In the photo, the father who is seated on the left is seen with his babies dressed in similar white outfits. The brother who sits next to him is seen with his cute babies donning colourful outfits.
The photo has erupted with tons of reactions beneath the post.
Meanwhile, age ain't nothing but a number, but getting to 100 is no mean feat. A pair of twins have taken social media by storm after it was announced that they were celebrating a century on this earth.
The gogos' granddaughter proudly shared a picture of them on Twitter and social media users joined her in celebrating the occasion. The woman, Twitter user @m__monroe, took to the social networking platform and posted:
"My great grandmother and her twin sister turned 100 yesterday."
The post went viral on the platform as social media users weighed in.
Twitter user MoanaLisha said: "Why are they so cute?"
Twitter user till_sexellent said: "Wow, they look stunning. Happy birthday ladies."
Snlafaver said: "Oh the world is blessed by these two special women. Lucky you to be their family."
The women were pictured dressed in their Sunday best from head to toe, bringing truth to the expression, 'Drip is forever'.
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