BUSY Emma Geairns has become a mum of three in a year — having had twins straight after her daughter.

The 34-year-old gave birth to identical sons Noah and Arthur two days after little Harlow’s first birthday.


All three arrived despite Emma being told she had a slim chance of conceiving naturally.

She and husband Jamie, 32, spent a year trying before she became pregnant with Harlow.

Emma, of Poole, Dorset, said: “After Harlow we assumed it would take ages again, especially after what the doctors told me.

“But it was literally the first time we had sex after I gave birth, I was pregnant again.

“Early on in the pregnancy I started bleeding and assumed I’d had a miscarriage.

“I went to the doctors.

"But they told me not only did I have one healthy foetus ­­— I had two.

“I was so shocked and overwhelmed to be told I had twins, when I thought I’d lost a baby.”

Emma, who works in property development, said: “Because of coronavirus, Jamie wasn’t allowed in with me.

"I came out to the car crying and he tried to comfort me.

"When I told him it was twins, he thought I was joking.”

The boys are now nine months old and Harlow is 21 months.

Emma and Jamie say they don’t plan to have more children.

She said: “It’s manic having three kids under two. It’s amazing, but it’s hard work.

“We’re very blessed to have three healthy children and I feel so lucky and grateful.”



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