Congratulations are in order for former Emmerdale star Kelvin Fletcher and wife Liz Marsland as the pair have welcomed twins.
The couple are now parents to four children, and they shared the exciting news of the birth on their Instagram, and it was so adorable. In the snap, the twins were visible in some tiny clothing, with one wearing mint-green and the other in beige as they laid on a starry blue blanket. The newborns were also kept warm as they both had on the sweetest pair of white socks. How cute!
WATCH: Kelvin Fletcher and wife share the gender of their unborn twins
In a caption, Liz shared: "They are here!! My heart is filled with so much love and gratitude."
And in an exclusive quote the couple told HELLO!: "We are delighted to announce our twin boys have finally arrived. Our hearts are filled with so much love."
Fans were in awe at the photo, with one beaming: "Wow! Congratulations to you all," and another enthused: "Aw super congratulations to you all Liz," and a third commented: "Huge congratulations I hope you are recovering well and are getting lots of help whilst you a doing so. They are precious."
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In an exclusive video and interview with HELLO! the pair revealed the gender of their twins in the sweetest way possible, as they were helped by daughter Marnie, five, and son Milo, three.
The family had two sumptuous cakes, one decorated in green icing, and the other in white, and when they sliced into them, they found out they were having twin boys.
The couple are now parents to four children
In the interview, the couple also recalled when they found out they were going to be parents to twins, with Kelvin saying: "It was the best day of my life. It was a moment of complete disbelief. I've never felt joy like it."
Liz added: "I felt every single emotion under the sun. First, there's double the worry. I thought about things like breastfeeding, how is that possible with two?
"How do you pick up two babies at the same time? I felt all of this in the space of 30 seconds. Kelvin was saying it's a miracle, and I was thinking: 'How are we going to do this?' But now we can't imagine it any other way. We feel so lucky."
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