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Woman, 46, gives birth to ‘miracle’ triplets in one in 20 billion odds

A woman in her 40s who was told her eggs were ‘too old’ has given birth to triplets after falling pregnant naturally following failed IVF attempts

Audrey Tiberius, a mother-of-four, from Utah, was told she could not have any more children.

But Audrey and her husband, Tyler, 41, have welcomed ‘miracle babies’ Sky, River, and Bay, and she puts it down to the power of prayer.

She told KSL5TV: “The odds of this happening are so incredibly rare that to me this is just a miracle. I just feel my life is complete now with these three babies. I can hardly believe it, three babies.

“I prayed and prayed for five years for more children because I always wanted a big family and seven was my kind of number. When I found out I was finally pregnant at 45 I was over the moon. But when I found out it was three and that would make seven children, I got my dream.”

According to fertility experts, Audrey was told she had just a one in 100 chance of getting pregnant at 45 and having triplets at that age a one in 20 billion chance, making it even more of a miracle conception.

Audrey revealed the triplets are thriving at five months old and said she spends nearly seven hours a day pumping milk for them.

Did you fall pregnant naturally in your 40s? We’d love to hear your story, email mystory@ivfbabble.com.

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