A PREMATURE baby girl who doctors feared would not survive shares an adorable cuddle with her twin brother following treatment in separate incubators.
New mum Laura Hough, 27, was “filled with love” seeing them reunited two weeks after her emergency Caesarean.
Unborn girl Neve was not getting enough nutrients due to the placenta deteriorating.
Neve, cradled by dad Chris Carey, 33, was actually born healthy at 30 weeks at Liverpool Women’s Hospital despite weighing 1lbs 7oz.
But 3lbs brother Louie, seen with his mum, was treated for a collapsed lung.
Both tots remain under observation.
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