Two pairs of twins on the same date
What are the chances for parents to get double twins and those twins to be born on the same date? Chance is 17 million versus one and that is what happened to Tracey and Davoodi Bageban from Great Britain.
Both pairs of twins Bagebans got a natural way, and their achievement earned them an immortal place in the Guinness Book of Records. Tracey Bageban said for Daily Mail that it is rare and she know how lucky she is to have four and such beautiful children.
Astronomical distance of 17 million against one obtained by starting with the fact that every 64 birth in the UK to the world brings twins. Although artificial insemination can increase the chances of giving birth to twins, only 30 percent of them are identical twins. Finally, the chance that the two pairs of identical twins born by the same parents and on the same date, resulting in multimillion-scale.
For comparison, Bagebans had more chances to get on the national lottery with a ratio 14 million versus one, than to get a two sets of identical twins on the same date, 27 February. First they brought into the world Diego and Armani, and then twins Dolcie and Elisa.