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Dublin: 13 °C Tuesday 26 May, 2020

Czech woman was told she was having twins but it's actually quintuplets

The 23-year-old is due to give birth to the Czech Republic’s first ever set of quins tomorrow.

TWENTY-THREE-YEAR-old Alexandra Kinova is pregnant with the Czech Republic’s first set of naturally conceived quintuplets.

She is to due to give birth to her five babies by Caesarean section tomorrow at a hospital in Prague.

Kinova, who already has one son, defied odds of around one in 60 million by becoming pregnant with five babies without the use of IVF treatment.

(All images: CTK Photo/Stanislav Zbynek)

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