TWO cousins gave birth to babies with the same birthmark on the same day, at the same time.
Zeta Ally, 30, went into labor five weeks early and gave birth to her daughter Amena on March 7 at 3.21 p.m.
A week later than expected, cousin Emma, 36, gave birth to son Toby ten miles away.
According to Paddy Power, they beat odds of 250,000/1, which are similar to the odds of being struck by lightning.
On the backs of their necks, both babies have an “angel bite” birthmark.
“We both gave our children our grandparents’ middle names without knowing,” Zeta, of Woolwich, South East London, added. It’s strange.”
“We’re so lucky,” Emma, of nearby Orpington, added. Our kids are linked in ways we never imagined.”