Perth mum with five-year-old triplets is pregnant with twins

Photo: Instagram
Photo: Instagram 

A Perth mother of six has announced via Instagram that she is expecting twins - making them a family of 10!

Chloe Dunstan, 27, and her husband Rohan are parents to Evan, eight, Otto, seven, and Felix, six, as well as five-year-old triplets Rufus, Hank and Pearl, all born within three years of each other.

"We are thrilled to share with you all that we are welcoming two little beans to our family!" Dunstan captioned the post on her Instagram page.


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"We so very excited for this new chapter in our lives. Our hearts are so full".

In a YouTube video, Dunstan said "we're really excited to be going from a family of eight to a family of 10" when the twins arrive in November.

She explained she had the tubal ligation after she gave birth to the triplets,  but decided to reverse it because they decided they wanted more children.

"We chose this option over IVF as I regretted having them tied and wanted to restore my fertility," she said in reply to a question from an Instagram follower.


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"Most doctors recommend going straight to IVF as tubal ligation reversal isn't always successful, but ours was a success."

The couple posted another photo on Sunday night thanking people for their support.

"Thank you to everybody for all your beautiful words congratulating us on our pregnancy." The post read.

"I did not expect so many heart-warming comments and messages. You are all so so sweet and amazing," she continued.

"We are so happy and so excited to be on this journey."


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The young mum posts regularly on Instagram and YouTube, documenting life with such a large family. She has over 366,000 followers on Instagram and 195,000 on YouTube.

They haven't revealed the gender of their twins yet.

"I hope you get twin girls this time," one user commented with another thinking of how useful that many children will be.

"Didn't you say in a video on YouTube that Rohan wanted a soccer team?" a keen observer said.

"He's almost got it!" they joked.