Kelly Graves, 32, and her husband Billy, 35, from Benfleet, Essex, have no doubt that Chester’s sexual difficulties are a result of his relationship with his twin sibling. Twins who are genetically identical are inseparable. That was confirmed by Chester Graves, one of twins, and his sibling Otis. Our 1-kilogram son is being born and thriving due to our brother’s embraces.
According to her mother Kelly, I have no doubt that cradling her twin assisted her to continue fighting. It was extremely emotional when the twins eventually met for the first time since their birth on September 22.
Even though Otis was snoozing, Chester could not tear his gaze away from his sleeping sibling. It was everything I had anticipated.
Chester will likely spend another two months in the neonatal unit of the hospital’s south wing, where the images depict them standing together during family visits.
When Kelly was 16 weeks old and her mother learned that infants varied in size by 25%, which was cause for concern, Chester’s health issues became apparent for the first time. Due to a condition known as selective restriction in utero, which prevents Chester from receiving essential nutrients from the placenta and inhibits his growth, there is a significant difference in height between the two boys. She admitted traveling to the university hospital in London for the laser procedure at 19 weeks gestation.