Parents welcome rare black-and-white twins for the second time, seven years after doing it the first time…

After the birth of a rare pair of identical twins, one with white complexion and the other with black skin, everyone was surprised to learn that they were related…

Alison Spooner and Dean Durrant had their first two twin girls in 2001, making them the first couple to do so. Dean, a West Indian with black complexion and hair, is a stunning figure. Alison, on the other hand, is white-skinned with blue eyes and red hair.

Unlike Dean, Lauren’s twin sister, Hayleigh, was born with Dean’s dark complexion and dark eyes, whilst Lauren was born with her mother’s light skin and blue eyes.

As you may guess, the couple was quite taken aback when they received another pair of identical twins with the same differences. They became parents to bi-racial twin children for the second time in 2009, just seven years after the birth of their first.

And it doesn’t seem like anybody believes they are related. «Some folks have a reputation for being really rude. They’ll tell you that you’re lying and that you’re not twins — so show them! As a result, we’ll recite the same address or take our passports out of our pockets. It’s amusing to watch the look of surprise on people’s faces. The fact that there were so many groupings of Asian, white, and black students made it difficult for us to adjust to college life», Hayleigh said.

«The black group was attempting to integrate me, and I thought to myself, ‘This is my white twin sister.’ No one could comprehend what they were hearing. People are staring at us as though we’ve performed some kind of miracle. It still amazes me that we are identical twins.»

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