To Jorge Gomez’s great joy, he found out that his wife was expecting. With the addition of a son, they seemed to be even more content.
Ms. Gomez had been seeing the doctor regularly, so the news that she was expecting twins didn’t take long to arrive. That is to say, home-based joy is now three times what it was before.
Virginia and Catalina, two sisters, were born in the prosperous province of Tucuman (Argentina).
On the other hand, their appearance caught the physicians off guard. The girls were identified as albinos upon further examination. Instantaneously, pictures of the new parents and their baby went viral.
In 2018, at the end of a total of 36 weeks of pregnancy, the twins were delivered. Both infants were premature, but otherwise healthy. The mother’s health immediately after birth was superb.
The odds of being born with hereditary albinism are 1 in 17,000, or very low. Albino twins are a very rare occurrence. They were the first sets of identical twins to be born in their country when Catalina and Virginia were born.
Three snow princesses, the girls stand out brilliantly against the white background. Their hair and skin are a stunning shade of white.
Their meteoric climb to fame caught the attention of the media and the public. The parents of the daughters adjusted swiftly, however.
When we found out that we were having twins, we were ecstatic. The happiness we feel in our children’s companionship is permanent, as Jorge so well put it. As he himself has said, it’s really useful to us.
Both Catalina and Virginia are exceptional young women who will stand out from the crowd as they mature into young women. Yet they want to demonstrate to the world the importance they place on each and every kid.