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People Don't Believe Biracial Babies Are Twins and Have the Same Father

Dayna Remus
Feb 20, 2022
01:00 P.M.
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A tapestry of shades continues to come into the light as we can connect with one another around the globe and absorb more knowledge. Two tots added to this hue-filled artistry, with many in disbelief at their contrasting beauty. 

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Most of us have an average to subpar understanding of genes. What we do know is that children generally inherit the physical traits of their parents.

When it comes to babies born from racially diverse couples, we expect these kids to come out biracial.

Cole and Klay. │Source: instagram.com/cruzkyroandtwins

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THE EXTREME ODDS

However, according to Doctor Bryce Mendelsohn, these expectations can be completely wrong, implying that physical traits can present themselves differently. Mendelsohn compared genetics to flipping a coin eight times, stating

 “Sometimes it’s going to be heads all eight times. And it’s kind of like that when you have a bunch of genes. They’re all randomly shuffling, and you can get all kinds of outcomes."

Of course, in one game of genetic chance, children, especially twins born to a mixed-race couple, are highly unlikely to be born as entirely different races.

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A STUNNING KALEIDOSCOPE

This probability lands at one in a million -- a rarity that one mom, Jade Ball from Manchester, England, celebrates in her baby boy twins Cole and Klay, born in April of 2020. 

She can sometimes get a little irritated with all the quizzing. 

Ball is caucasian, while her husband, Kade, is Jamaican. Their child, Klay, is caucasian with blonde hair and blue eyes, while his brother is darker-skinned with brown hair and brown eyes.

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According to their mother, these traits have grown more distinct the older they've become, with people having various reactions towards their different tones and features.

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SURROUNDED BY INTERROGATION

Many do not believe that the tiny duo are twins or genetically related. Ball stated that some individuals think it is a joke. The mom expressed

"When we meet new people, they never believe me when I tell them that Klay and Cole are twins."

However, she says, once strangers realize that the twins are genuinely related, their curiosity is peaked, and they tend to have a lot of questions. 

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ALL EYES ON THEM

Although she loves how unique her little ones are, Ball says she can sometimes get a little irritated with all the quizzing. 

However, Klay and Cole love the attention, with the spotlight shining on them even more since they've been signed to various modeling agencies

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DEEPLY DISTINCT

Beyond differences in how they look, this tiny twosome also rocks distinct personalities. Describing their different characters, the mom said:

"Klay is the leader. He is confident, mischievous, and into everything. Cole is slightly more reserved than Klay, he loves dancing around the house, but he also loves having cuddles with me."

Unique yet with a deep bond, this duo can make anyone's heart melt -- while simultaneously challenging and expanding our minds

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TWO MORE GORGEOUS VISIONS

These one-in-a-million pairs don't appear as scarce as science dictates, as they seem to keep popping up everywhere.

Take twins Marcia Millie Madge and Millie Marcia Madge Biggs, who were born on July 3, 2006. Their mom is caucasian, and their father is also of Jamaican descent. 

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While Marcia had lighter hair and complexion from birth, her sister showed off much darker tones. In this case, many individuals also didn't believe the two were related. 

However, the mom, Amanda Biggs, said that most of the interactions with her babies from strangers stemmed from innocent curiosity and were not harmful in any way. 

These two pairs of twins add to the beauty of what is already a glowingly diverse population -- something to be celebrated as much as possible. 

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