A Rare Identical Quadruplet Newborn Portrait Session, by Noelle Mirabella Photography

By // July 6, 2016 // Posted in Portrait

The images in this article are run with permission by Cassandra Jones of Noelle Mirabella Photography.

Canadian newborn portrait photographer Cassandra Jones had a chance to capture a rare set of identical quadruplet newborn girls. And yes, we mean rare! According to Jones, only about 70 sets of quadruplets are known to currently exist of the entire population of 7.4 billion people.

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All Photos © Noelle Mirabella Photography

The quadruplets—named Abigail, Emily, Grace and Mckayla—were born on May 6 in Alberta, Canada. For the photo shoot, Jones and her five assistants used knit outfits from Knits by Lou and pointy bunny ears and wraps by Little Lidz.

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