Emma Lowe, from Preston, was told it was a one in a million chance that her twins would have Down’s syndrome.
As the NHS offers a new Down’s syndrome blood test, mum of ‘one in a million’ Down’s twins, Emma Lowe, 36, of Preston, Lancashire says it will encourage more terminations
“I’m sure every parent thinks their kids are one in a million, but my twin boys really are.
When I found out I was pregnant with identical twins, the doctors told me the chances of them having Down’s syndrome were one in a million.
So you can imagine my shock when they were born and I found out they in fact did have Down’s.
My beautiful twins, Arthur and Alfie, are three now and everyone who meets them says how happy and mischievous they are.