Miracle twin sisters born 87 days apart, and who doctors said would not survive, report to school

Miracle twin sisters born 87 days apart, and who doctors said would not survive, report to school

-Miracle twin sisters who were born three months start school

-The adorable twin sisters beamed with joy as their mum took them to school

- It was a day that nobody knew will come going by the circumstances under which the twins were born

The miracle twins who were born 87 days (almost three months) apart -- the world’s longest gap ever recorded between natural birth of twins, report to school on day one.

The twin sisters, Amy and Katie Jones-Elliott, beamed with joy as their equally thrilled mum, Maria Jones-Elliott, accompanied them to school for the first time.

“Dropping the girls off for their first day in school was an extraordinary moment. There was time we honestly thought this day will never come,” says the 38-year-old mum.

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Miracle twin sisters born 87 days apart, and who doctors said would not survive, report to school

Amy was left fighting for life in an incubator after she was born three months before sister Katie.Photo: Press People.

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Maria was reportedly told my doctors that her twins were not likely to survive when she went into labor at 26th week of her pregnancy.

“They warned me that it was likely that our babies would not survive,” she recalls.

Miracle twin sisters born 87 days apart, and who doctors said would not survive, report to school

The sisters together as babies. Photo: Press People.

Then a miracle happened. Her contractions stopped and Amy was born alive. Katie arrived 87 days later.

Both of the girls survived. Doctors at University Hospital Waterford described it as a ‘medical lottery win’.

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Miracle twin sisters born 87 days apart, and who doctors said would not survive, report to school

Miracle twins Amy and Katie Jones-Elliott with their mum Maria on their first day of school.Photo: Patrick Browne.

The adorable twin sisters have now opened fresh chapter in their lives. They have started school, which will redefine their futures as they grow to become adults.

Miracle twin sisters born 87 days apart, and who doctors said would not survive, report to school

Amy and Katie all set for their big day.Photo: Patrick Browne.

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