three- Cute photos of 3 sets of twins born to the same father but by different mothers have gone viral online
- The photos of the twins have gotten a lot of comments from social media users
- When @thekarynn posted the pictures of her family online, she praised her dad for fathering such a large home
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Cute photos of three sets of twins born in the same family have gone viral on social media. One of the twins with the handle @thekarynn shared the pictures on Twitter on Wednesday, August 12.
She captioned the picture with "My papa shaaa" as a way to commend her dad for his "hard work". It should be noted that they were born to different mothers.
The children are composed of two grown boys and four girls. In the first frame, one of the two twin boys stands in front with his tongue slightly out as others strike different lovely poses.
Since the photos hit the internet, they have gathered thousands of engagements and hundreds of comments.
Below are the ways people reacted:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that with Tomiwa and her triplet sisters, the joy of motherhood is reflected in a clear form.
On Monday, April 13, they shared a birthday photoshoot and the internet won't stop talking about them.
The triplet sisters woresmart gowns as they struck very lovely and carefree poses. Tomiwa, one of the sisters said in a tweet:
"Happy birthday to me and my loves."
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In other related news, the photos of triplet sisters marrying triplet brothers in Nigeria trended as the marriage took place in Enugu state.
Pictures of the wedding surfaced on the internet on Sunday, June 7, as the name of the brothers were given as Kenechukwu, Chinedu, and Chukwuebuka.
The sisters’ names, according to the same media, are Okwuoma, Dumalu and Chinwe. It was gathered that the wedding ceremony which occurred on the same day was attended by close family members and friends.
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