A mum who struggled with fertility issues for years has shared the gobsmacking moment a doctor told her she was pregnant with quadruplets.
Natalie Maree, 30, from Roebourne in Western Australia, says her husband Kahn ‘almost passed out’ when the couple were given the happy news last year.
Natalie was given regular hormone injections after being diagnosed with ‘anovulation’ – unexplained infertility – several years ago.
She and Kahn were overjoyed to finally welcome daughter Kiki after years of wondering if they could conceive.
The mum-of-five gave birth to the quadruplets via C-section at 34 weeks and has since been updating fans on the family’s progress through her Instagram page Kiki and the Quads.
It takes the couple 90 minutes to feed all four babies, with them ‘counting down’ the minutes until the next feed.
Natalie recently slammed the idea of the ‘post-baby body bounce back’ by posting two very different photos on her page.
One showed her beaming at the camera wearing a t-shirt, while the other saw her top pulled up to reveal her five-week post-partum stomach.
She said: ” The reality is I am god damn proud of what my body has done and can do.’