Mother, 24, has FIVE children under the age of five after giving birth to two sets of twins in three years without IVF
- Nadine Robertson, 24, from Doncaster, has five children under the age of five
- They welcomed twin daughters Olivia and Ivy in 2018 and another set this year
- Nadine and husband, Phil, have no other sets of twins in either of their families
A mother has five children under the age of five after giving birth to two sets of twins in three eyars.
Nadine Robertson, 24, from Doncaster, welcomed daughter Isla in 2017, followed by twins Olivia and Ivy in 2018.
The youngest children, Cody and Hazel, arrived 10 weeks ago.
Nadine, who conceived both sets of twins without IVF, explained neither she nor husband Phil had a family history of twins.
Nadine Robertson, 24, now has five children under five, with her eldest daughter Isla just four-years-old. Pictured: Nadine and Phil Robertson, holding Cody and Hazel, with Olivia, Isla and Ivy in front
Young mum, Nadine Robertson, has given birth to four kids in three years after delivering two sets of twins. Pictured: Olivia and Ivy holding babies Cody and Hazel
Twins Olivia and Ivy were born in 2018 on the same day as their elder sister. Pictured: Olivia, 3, Isla, 4, and Ivy, 3
Newborns Cody and Hazel arrived just 10 weeks ago to complete the family of seven. Now, Nadine often gets comments from strangers when out with all the twins
Despite the strangers often asking Nadine if she went through IVF treatment, both sets of twins were conceived naturally
The mother-of-five said: ‘I just wing it every day to be honest. I wake up and I hope the rest of them are going to be in a good mood and are going to help me out. It’s crazy but I love it.’
The family share a four-bedroom home, with each set of twins sharing a room and Isla enjoying one to herself.
She added that when she goes out with both sets of twins, she often gets comments from strangers.
She said: ‘Every time I go out I get people stopping me on the street.
‘As soon as they realise that there’s two babies in the pram and I have the other two little ones with me, they always comment on it.’
‘It doesn’t feel that unusual to me because I’m on a lot of twin mum Facebook groups so I see loads of people with two sets of twins.’
Nadine hopes all her kids will be in good moods when she wakes up, but although it’s ‘crazy’, she loves it. Pictured: Olivia, 3, Isla, 4, and Ivy, 3, holding Cody and Hazel.
The young family have a lot on their hands and understand why people are curious, but Nadine admits she now finds it normal
Olivia and Ivy wear matching swimming costumes as they pose for a family photo. All sets of twins were conceived completely naturally
‘But I suppose for other people it’s not that typical.’
The comments range from questions on their behaviour to whether the kids are the result of IVF.
Nadine said: ‘I get it all the time, mainly from older people, asking if I had IVF, which I didn’t.
‘The first person who asked me, when I had my first set, I was really taken aback.
‘It’s so weird because if you had one baby no one would ever dream of asking ‘were they natural or did you have IVF?’
‘But I just get it a lot, especially now with two sets, I know people are just curious.’
The children are spread across their four-bedroom home, with each set of twins sharing a room and Isla enjoying one to herself. Pictured: Isla, 4, holding 10 week old Hazel
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