Father’s heartbreak: ‘My heart is broken and I am still grieving’

The devastated father of twins who were killed by their mother has written a heart breaking poem ahead of Father’s Day, on Sunday.

Steven Ford, 35, was father to 23-month-old toddlers Chloe and Jake who were found dead on December 27 after their mother Samantha Ford, 38, killed them.

Mrs Ford drowned the children at her home in Margate, Kent, after the breakdown of her marriage.

She admitted to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility and her plea was accepted.

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The twins Jake and Chloe

Mr Ford took to Twitter on Friday to post new photos of his late children and published poem on Twitter, titled Father’s Day.

In his poem he wrote that he ‘wished he could turn back time’ to when he was their father.

His wife had been involved in a smash with a lorry on the London-bound carriageway of the A299 Thanet Way in Kent at 2.50am, on December 27.

The late
The late Jake and Chloe

In his heartbreaking poem, he wrote: 'Now it's just me, alone and still grieving My names no longer dad, now it's just Steven'

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When rescuers arrived, she told them to check her Westwood home because her babies were there.

Police arrived at 3:35am and found the dying infants. Paramedics tried to save them, but they were pronounced dead at hospital.

Mrs Ford later admitted she had drowned the children after the breakdown of her marriage. Pathologists believe they died on Boxing Day.

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‘Her prayer is to have twins!’ Ben Pol reveals Arnelisa’s wishes

Early this year, the beautiful Anerlisa Muigai hinted that she and Ben Pol were having twins. She wrote on her social media that;


Pol, has, however, come out to clear these speculations saying that that was only but a wish.



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Speaking to a Tanzanian TV personality Zamaradi, the Phone hitmaker went on to narrate how they met.


Ben Pol with the heiress
Ben Pol with the heiress

Ben Pol is not the only Tanzanian singer dating a Kenyan woman. Diamond Platnumz is in a relationship with Tanasha Donna while Ali Kiba married a Kenyan woman Amina Khalef. WCB’s Mbosso is also seeing a Kenyan lady who happens to be his second baby mama.


‘The first time I saw her I knew she was mine’ Father of united twins speaks

The father of Kenyan twins reunited after 19 years has narrated how hurt he felt after a girl he mistook for her daughter ignored him in Kakamega.

She was so identical to his daughter back home he was convinced she was just being stubborn.

I met Sharon in Kakamega town and called her name thrice.She just looked at me and I asked her she was ignoring me yet I am her dada.

she bluntly asked me why I was forcing myself on her asking if I wanted to kidnap her.

I called my wife and asked her what our daughter was doing in Kakamega.

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She responded by telling me that our daughter Melon was in church adding that maybe I had confused her with someone else

I deleted my wife’s number from the phone after that due to anger.

We cut off communication  for a while before she called me and convinced me that the girl I sawa was my daughter.

My son tried convincing me to go visit Sharon’s school to proof the girl I saw was not my daughter.

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He adds

One day my daughters’ teachers went to Shikodi girls and while there they met Sharon whom they also confused for my daughter Melon.

They even gave her Ksh 200.Upon returning home they asked my wife kwani she transferred Melon given that they had met her in a different school from the one they know.

But the shock is that my daughter was just at home.

The teachers then facilitated for the two to meet.When I met Sharon I knew she was my daughter.


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Iraqi mother, 25, gives birth naturally to Septuplets

A new mother is in good health after having seven babies in a single natural birth, with all the children reportedly doing well.

The 25-year-old – who has not been named – gave birth at a hospital in the Diyali Province of eastern Iraq in what is believed to be the first septuplet case in the Middle-Eastern country.

A spokesman for the local health department released a statement saying the mother, along with her six girls and one son, are perfectly healthy.

The children’s father Youssef Fadl said he and his wife had not planned to expand their family and now have ten youngsters to look after.

Doing well: The seven newborns, six girls and one boy, are said to be in good health after receiving medical check-ups (picture shows four of the children)

And other pictures show two of the newborns lying together shortly after the remarkable birth.

This case follows a mother who gave birth to sextuplets – three girls and three boys – at the Saint George University Hospital in Lebanon.

These children’s father Youssef Fadl said he and his wife had not been considering having more children and they now have ten youngsters to look after.

After the McCaughey babies were born nine weeks prematurely, joining their big sister, Mikayla Marie, news crews swarmed their modest one-floor home.

Amid the media frenzy, President Bill Clinton personally called the family to congratulate the family, while Oprah welcomed them on her show and companies scrambled to help the couple.

Among the donations, they received a 5,500 square foot home, a van, a year’s worth of Kraft’s macaroni and cheese, nappies for the first two years and full college scholarships for any state university in Iowa.

During the early months, the septuplets drank 42 bottles a day and went through 52 diapers.


Actor George Clooney admits he cries four times a day over exhaustion

Exhausted new dad George Clooney has admitted he cries twice a day over his newborn twins.

The 56-year-old hunk actor recently welcomed twins with his lawyer wife Amal. George and Amal welcomed twins Ella and Alexander 3 months ago, and the new dad is having a hard time.

He is thinner than he was and has new-dad shadows under his eyes. But the source of his joy is immediately apparent in the two ridiculously adorable three-month-olds in the picture — a big, bonny boy chuckling mischievously into his open fist and a serene little girl with enormous doe eyes.

‘They don’t cry,’ he says, proudly. ‘I cry more than they do. I cry four times a day right now, because I’m so tired.

Since June 6 this year, when he and his wife Amal, 39, were joined by babies Alexander and Ella, his life has changed in ways he could not have predicted.

‘Although I wasn’t completely unaware of what life would be like,’ he puts in. ‘All my friends have kids and I’m godfather to about 20 of them, so I knew what I was in for.

The surprise for me was how much more complicated twins is than just the one — it’s not just twice as much work, it’s more than that. And it’s not even so much work for me, because these two knuckleheads don’t even care that I exist right now!

‘All they want to do is eat, so I have nothing to give them except a bottle once in a while (expertly, he crooks his elbow to mimic picking up and feeding an infant) and they’re happy about that, but it’s mostly Amal for them at the moment. I don’t even really understand what’s going on.

‘And I have such admiration for my wife because she’s breastfeeding them and getting about two hours of sleep per interval, and the love they have for her is a sight to see and it’s beautiful.’

George Clooney and Amal Clooney walk the red carpet ahead of the 'Suburbicon' screening during the 74th Venice Film Festival earlier this month

 George Clooney and Amal Clooney walk the red carpet ahead of the ‘Suburbicon’ screening during the 74th Venice Film Festival earlier this month

The other side of the sleepless nights is pure joy. ‘All of this is icing on the cake,’ he says. ‘Look, I’m 56 years old and I didn’t think it was going to happen for me. I thought my life would be focused on my career, not relationships, and I’d sort of accepted that.

‘And then I met Amal and I thought, “Well, I have this incredible relationship, this is wonderful.” And then… all of a sudden we have these two knuckleheads around who make me laugh every day.

‘Really, they’re funny kids. He just eats and eats and sits and goes “uh-uh” and I have never seen anything eat so much in my life.

‘And she’s very delicate and feminine, and she’s all eyes and looks like her mother.

‘I suppose it makes sense that they should be so different, but I hadn’t seen it first hand before and it really makes you realise how much nature is part of who we are.

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‘If She Has a Shower, I’m Going In The Shower’: Plastic Surgery Twins Reveal They’ve Never Spent More Than One Hour Apart

They shot to fame after revealing they slept in the same bed, shared a boyfriend and were never more than a few metres apart.

And now the ‘world’s most identical twins’ Anna and Lucy DeCinque, 30, from Perth, Western Australia, have opened up about their everyday lives – from marriage and pregnancy plans to their thoughts on living apart.

Speaking on their YouTube channel, the pair first clarified rumours surrounding their cosmetic surgery.

Clarifying rumours: 'The only thing we've got done is our boobs,' they said, adding that the procedure to get DD breasts cost them $15,000 each

‘The only thing we’ve got done is our boobs,’ they said, adding that the procedure to get DD breasts cost them $15,000 (Sh.1.5Million) each.

The twins also like to get regular treatments on their faces but insist they have had no cosmetic surgery anywhere but their chests.

In terms of their standard week, women said they exercise everyday and buy at least one new outfit each week.

Identical in every way: Anna and Lucy DeCinque, 30, shot to fame after revealing they slept in the same bed, shared a boyfriend and were never more than a few metres apart

‘We love taking photos, we love fashion and we love getting our skin done,’ they said, ‘We love to get a new dress every week, we need to, it’s fashion galore.’

The sisters then discussed their controversial relationship with electrical mechanic Ben Byrne, who they have been with for four years.

'Maybe Ben can marry the both of us': The sisters then discussed their controversial relationship with electrical mechanic Ben Byrne (centre), who they have been with for four years 

While they are not ready for marriage and children ‘just yet’, they will be one day. ‘Maybe Ben can marry the both of us,’ they suggested.

But if she got pregnant I would need to get pregnant because we want to experience it together. And for people who don’t understand that well that’s your opinion.

‘We are inseparable… I feel I don’t exist if my sister isn’t around. This is our life and we’re happy doing it so yeah.’ Anna and Lucy are just as strict with their diet and exercise as they are with everything else.

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When asked by a fan whether they would ever live separately, the girls insisted it would never happen: ‘No f*****g way, no we’re not, we are going to grow old together,’ they said, adding that they refused to be apart for even an hour.

‘If she goes to the toilet well I need to go to the toilet. If she has a shower I’m going in the shower.’ Before Ben, each of the women has separate boyfriends, but they said they were unable to accept how close they were.

Back in the day: Before Lucy and Anna underwent extensive cosmetic enhancement, they were still difficult to tell apart

Check out one of their interviews below.









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Baby girl gives “birth” to twins

A baby girl with a rare, mysterious medical condition was found to be ‘pregnant’ with twins when born.

The girl, born to Chinese mainland parents in Queen Elizabeth Hospital Hong Kong, had to undergo surgery at just three weeks old to remove them.

The foetuses, 8 to 10 weeks gestated, had legs, arms, a spine, rib cage and intestines.

Both were also covered in skin one weighed 14.2 grammes and the other 9.3 grammes – and each had an umbilical cord.

The surgery was successful and the girl was discharged from hospital eight days later.

The condition, known as foetus in fetu occurs in just one in 500,000 births in the world and less than 200 cases have ever been reported.

Doctors are yet to fully understand what causes the condition.

The two foetuses in the stomach (Picture: Hong Kong Medical Journal)