Remember the viral photo of parents with sextuplets? Here's what they look like now
You may remember seeing the famous picture of Mia and Rozonno McGhee with their adorable sextuplets. Here's the updated photo on what their family looks like at this point.
On June 9, 2010, the siblings - Elijah, Issac, Josiah, Madison, Olivia and Rozonno Jr. - left a mark on the world as the first set of sextuplets known to be born in Columbus, Ohio, as reported by TODAY.
Not long after they were born, the McGhee family posed for a photo, which rapidly turned into a web sensation. Six years later, they posed for an updated version of their popular snap.
In the photograph, the sextuplets are seen huddling around their mother and father. It was shot by Brian and Janine Killian of Peters Photography, the same photographers who took the first picture.
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In an interview with TODAY, Killian said, "We knew that one was special. I think people still remember seeing it six years ago. To have six little babies asleep on their dad — that's a unique portrait."
The photo was selected to promote their reality TV show called "Growing Up McGhee," which premiered on the UP Network in June 2016.
The show focused on all the details of Mia and Rozonno's life, alongside their family, as they balance life between their six children, marriage, and the demands of running their business.
"Growing Up McGhee" isn't the family's first time on TV. They also had a reality show on the Oprah Winfrey Network, "Six Little McGhees," which ended in 2014.
Mia and Rozonno, who met while in high school, both suffered emotional abuse and physical neglect.
The couple experienced several failed pregnancies before they were able to become parents. They were the first parents in Columbus, Ohio to have sextuplets in 2010.
Like Mia and Rozonno, the Alabama couple Courtney and Eric Waldrop also made history as they are the first parents to have sextuplets in Alabama since 2011, TODAY reported.
Courtney and Eric became the parents of nine children after giving birth to three boys and three girls in 2017 - adding to their three older sons.