Meet the adorable twins born years apart; one in 2019 and another in 2020

Meet the adorable twins born years apart; one in 2019 and another in 2020

Adorable babies Noel and Leon may be twins, but they will never share a birthday. This is because the little cuties were not born on the same day, in fact, they're weren't even born in the same decade.

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On 31 December, at 23:24 pm, little Leon was born at the Frankfurter Buergerhospital in the German city of Frankfurt.

Leon's mom was expecting twins and his brother was yet to make an appearance before the new year kicked off.

However, baby Noel was only delivered on 1 January at 12:24 am - an hour after his brother. The time difference might only be 60 minutes, but it meant Leon and Noel were not born in the same year, or even the same decade.

Taking to Facebook, the German hospital posted a snap of the adorable twin brothers. The hospital gushed about the twins not sharing a birth date but added:

"The most important thing is both babies are doing well."

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that the Eastern Cape welcomed 224 babies on New Year's Day. Eastern Cape Premier Lubabalo Oscar Mabuyane and his wife Siyasanga visited some of the happy parents to congratulate them on their new bundles of joy.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported in the spirit of motivating others and expressing gratitude, Daniel Ampratwum, a young man who recently graduated has shared inspiring images after acquiring tertiary education.

The young graduate shared admirable images in his graduation gown accompanied by a short write up about the struggles of his parents while noting that he did not allow their hard work to go waste.

Ampratwum first completed Agona Senior High Technical School in the Ashanti region after finishing Adum Presby JHS.

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