Two cousins beat odds of 250,000/1 to give birth at exact same time

TWO cousins gave birth on the same day, at the same time, to babies with the same birthmark.

Zeta Ally, 30, went into labour five weeks early and had daughter Amena at 3.21pm on March 7.

Ten miles away, cousin Emma, 36, was giving birth to son Toby — a week later than expected.

They beat odds of 250,000/1 — similar to those for being struck by lightning — according to bookies Paddy Power.

Both babies have an “angel bite” birthmark on the back of their necks.

And Zeta, of Woolwich, South East, London, said: “Both of us also gave our children our grandparents’ middle names without knowing. It’s bizarre.”

Emma, of nearby Orpington, added: “We’re so lucky. Our children are connected in a way we never expected.”

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