TWO New Year s Day babies will soon be neighbours living in the same Wisbech street. Both babies, born at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King s Lynn, will make New Year s Day an extra big celebration in Elizabeth Terrace. Kimberly Shaw, 18, gave birth
TWO New Year's Day babies will soon be neighbours living in the same Wisbech street.
Both babies, born at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King 's Lynn, will make New Year's Day an extra big celebration in Elizabeth Terrace.
Kimberly Shaw, 18, gave birth to Amelia Paige Cox at 5.36am.
Kimberly, who lives with partner Robert Cox, said: "We will be going to New Year's Eve parties and we will have to get up early for Amelia's birthday."
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Jurate Kersiene, 24, gave birth to Rimas Kersis just after 9am. Jurate said: "It is only one missed New Year's Eve; now we will have a reason to celebrate them all."
Jurate and Kajus Kersis also have two-year-old Gabrielle.
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