Triplet sisters who were born just four minutes apart have defied odds by all falling pregnant at the same time.
Gina, Nina and Victoria from Los Angeles, US, are all set to give birth within weeks of each other.
The siblings from Orange County, are set to welcome two boys and a girl, according to CBS Los Angeles.
The sisters, 35, are expected to give birth in July, August and November.
They are looking forward to welcoming the new arrivals into the world and becoming aunties, reports The Mirror.
Victoria joked that she and Nina encouraged Gina to get pregnant when they found out they were expecting.
"Once we found out that Nina was pregnant, we encouraged Gina," she said.
The trio now don't leave the house unless they are wearing matching outfits and are also sharing maternity clothes.
Gina said: "I'm actually the oldest by four minutes and I'm having a girl and her name is Leighton Grace."
Nina has already picked her boy's name.
"I'm in the middle by four minutes and I'm having a boy and his name is Hendrix Paul," she said.
Victoria, who is also having a boy, has opted for the name Zaden Seth and said that she can't wait to become a parent.
They will all deliver their children at the same place – The Women’s Hospital at Memorial Care Saddleback Medical in Laguna Hills in the next few months.
Dr. Daniel Sternfeld said it is an uplifting story during a difficult time for some many pregnant woman around the world.
He said: "The interesting thing is they had prenatal appointments all in the same day, so it clicked with me that this is a wonderful story of these three sisters who are all pregnant and having babies at the same time."
The mums-to-be all said they will all support each other as soon as the little ones start to arrive.
Meanwhile, another mum hit headlines recently after she lost half of her body weight during pregnancy after throwing up 50 times a day.
Michelle Stevens, 33, dropped six dress sizes and lost 7st 10lb during her pregnancy with son Ollie due to extreme morning sickness, which made her throw up more than 50 times a day.
She suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum, which is the same brutal pregnancy sickness experienced by the Duchess of Cambridge.
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