Sarah Palin's Daughter Reveals She’s Pregnant with Twins in a Touching Photo Announcement
Sarah Palin’s daughter, Willow, announced her pregnancy on Instagram, alongside a photo of her twins’ ultrasound.
Sarah Palin is about to have twins for grandchildren after her 24-year-old daughter, Willow, announced her pregnancy on Monday. A photo of the sonogram, baby clothes, and a frame with “and then there were four” written on it was posted on her Instagram.
“@rickyb901 and I are so excited to welcome TWO little babies into this world! Baby Bailey’s arriving December 2019” captioned the photo.
EXCITED AS EVER
Palin commented on the post with emojis and “ECSTATIC & BLESSEDx2” written beside it. Piper, Willow’s sister, also commented on the post, sharing her excitement on the good news.
Willow and Bailey got engaged in December 2017 in front of the Rockefeller Christmas tree in New York City. They had a rustic wedding in September 2018 at the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge, which they dubbed “the most perfect day.”
Being together in the womb, twins find comfort in each other, especially when they can touch their siblings.
Alaska’s former governor showed her support and happiness over Instagram where she posted a photo of the couple hugging by the tree, with the caption:
“Good things happen! My happiest baby girl Willow and Ricky, last night at Rockefeller Center!!! So, so happy.”
The much-awaited twins will be the fourth and fifth grandchildren of Palin, who are predicted to be inseparable. Being together in the womb, twins find comfort in each other, especially when they can touch their siblings.
Before being delivered, they can already pick up vibrations while still in the womb. A set of twins from Ireland once showed their inseparability after crying hysterically when they were separated and would stop after being reunited.
Palin has always been a supporting mother who is protective of her children. Recently, she defended her daughter from critics who criticized Bristol, for promoting a detox tea which helped her lose weight postpartum.
Critics went on to say the tea was ineffective and that Bristol’s photo was misleading and photoshopped. Palin commented her perspective on the post and said:
“Have you seen Bristol in person? GORGEOUS! To falsely accuse… stating the pic is photoshopped… quite silly really. Curious why you follow Bristol and spend your time commenting on her?”