A mom in the U.K. recently gave birth to a set of identical triplets -- something so rare the chances of it occurring are 1 in 200 million. It happens when one, single fertilized egg splits and becomes three different embryos, resulting in three identical babies.
Karen Gilbert delivered the baby girls via C-section, and they were premature after being born two months early. But thankfully, Ffion, Maddison, and Paige are finally at home with their parents and 3-year-old sister, Faye, where they belong.
And while Karen says they are all starting to develop their own personalities -- it can't be easy to tell three identical little girls apart all the time.