Baby ‘twins’ have two different fathers, both gay

Baby ‘twins’ have two different fathers, both gay

[Ed. – The Guinness World Record people must have their hands full these days.]

A gay couple has welcomed a set of twins with two different fathers, after both men were able to fertilise an embryo during the IVF process.

Calder and Alexandra Berney Edwards are actually half siblings despite being born at the same time, because they don’t share paternity.

They were born to London-based couple Simon and Graeme via surrogate, Meg Stone, 32, whom they met in Canada.

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Amazing advances in IVF meant that the couple were able to fertilise an embryo each and both were placed into surrogate Meg Stone’s womb.

Simon, 43, said: ‘It really is amazing that Graeme and I have been able to father one of our twins each.

‘Meg did an amazing job – and it meant that she was actually pregnant by two men at the same time. It’s thanks to the wonder of IVF that we have been able to achieve our dream.

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