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Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Tiny Premature Twins Born 11-Weeks Early Caught On Camera Holding Hands In Heartwarming Video That Went Viral.

The newborns weighed around 2lbs each
 Premature twins caught on camera holding hands have captured the hearts of millions after the video went viral. New mom Anthea Jackson-Rushford, of Melbourne, Australia, shared this video on January 13 of Kristiana and Kristian being cradled by their father. The twins were born at 28 weeks and one day and weighed “under a kilo each,” or under 2.2 pounds. The video had more than 90,000 shares and more than 6 million views by Wednesday.

Anthea shared a picture of her two babies curled up on her chest, with their fingers entwined 
The video shows the touching moment a pair of twins born 11 weeks premature formed an immediate bond as they were cradled in their proud father's arms.
Anthea Jackson-Rushford from Victoria, Australia, went into labour earlier this month, at just 29 weeks.
But despite all odds, twins Kristian and Kristiana - who weighed around 2lbs each - were said to be doing well, and in footage captured as they snuggled into their dad Glen's chest, they are seen holding hands.



Amazing!!! Needs to go viral!!! 󾌴󾌴 our preemie twins Kristiana and Kristian! Born at just 28 weeks and 1 day! Weighed in at under a kilo each! 󾌴󾌴 #preemietwins
Posted by Anthea Jackson-Rushford on Wednesday, 13 January 2016

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