A couple who welcomed identical triplets are “over the moon” with the arrivals of their three girls.
Parents James and Jenni Casper beat odds of one in 200million to have triplets born on March 31.
And they’re so similar that they have their own chairs to tell them apart.
The three girls – Harper-Gwen, Marvella and Evalynn – were born nine weeks prematurely earlier this year.
Now after spending six weeks in a Special Care Baby Unit at York Hospital, they’re finally home with their parents.
The babies have met older sisters Danica, 10, and Gabriella, four.
Proud dad James, 26, said: “Now we’re at home and we’ve settled in with them, it’s a bit surreal.
“We’re just overwhelmed and they’ve met their older sisters who are absolutely over the moon and are just so excited.
“It’s amazing having them home now, it makes us feel more secure knowing that we have got them home.”
The couple were originally told they were expecting twins but were “speechless” to see triplets at Jenni’s 12-week scan.
Then at the 27-year-old mum’s 20-week scan, doctors also discovered the triplets were identical.
His jaw dropped when Jenni sent him scan photos of all their three heads.
He added: “I was in tears and then I was happy and thinking how are we going to cope. It was a mix of emotions.”
James said Harper-Gwen, Marvella and Evalynn are all identical that they sit in certain chairs to tell them apart.
“For the first two days of them being home, we left their hospital wristbands on that have their names on.
“Now we have specific seats and bouncing chairs for them.
“So we have three different ones and we put them in the same chair so we know which one is which.”
As the triplets were conceived naturally, they beat odds of one in 200million.
James thinks it’s “amazing” especially since multiple births don’t run in either side of their family.
He said: “It’s absolutely amazing and I told Jenni she can do the lottery now.
“If our luck is this good, then it has to keep stretching surely.
“We couldn’t be any happier really.