15 celebrities who have had twins

by Jane McGuire |
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Whether you’re pregnant with twins yourself, or just love the idea of adding two to your brood, check out this list of celebrities who all have twin babies.


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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

The Hollywood couple, who recently announced their divorce, are parents to six children. Angelina Jolie gave birth to twins Knox Léon and Vivienne Marcheline Jolie-Pitt in 2008 – Knox is allegedly the middle name of Brad Pitt’s grandfather, while Leon is Angelina Jolie’s great grandfather’s name. Marcheline was Angelina Jolie’s mother’s name. Image: Getty

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Clemmie Hooper

Author of ‘How to Grow a Baby and Push it Out’, midwife and mum of four, two of Clemmie Hooper’s children are identical twins Ottilie and Deliah. We love Clemmie’s real advice on birth and motherhood.

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Beyoncé and Jay Z

Another couple to welcome twins in 2017, despite making us wait for their names, when it came to the announcement, Beyoncé did not disappoint. Sharing an image of herself draped in a floral gown and veil, cradling twins Rumi and Sir Carter, siblings to Blue Ivy, born in 2012. Image: Instagram/Beyonce

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Amal and George Clooney

George Clooney and his wife Amal welcomed their twins Ella and Alexander in 2017. Reportedly the twins were born two minutes apart. At the time, a representative for the couple said: ‘Ella, Alexander and Amal are all healthy, happy and doing fine. George is sedated and should recover in a few days.’ Image: Getty

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Jennifer Lopez and Marc Antony

Jennifer Lopez gave birth to twins Maximilian David and Emme Maribel in 2008, with her third husband Marc Antony. The couple introduced the twins to the world on the cover of the American People magazine, a photo which at the time was reported to be one of the most expensive celebrity photos ever taken. Image: Time Inc

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick

The couple’s twin girls Marion Loretta Elwell and Tabitha Hodge were delivered via a surrogate in 2009. Sarah Jessia Parker famously opned up about fertility issues after having her first baby, James, telling US Vogue: ‘It just was not to be, I would give birth…if I could.’ Image: Getty

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Chris Hemsworth

The Thor star is father to twin sons Tristan and Sacha, born in 2014. The couple also have a daughter named India Rose together who was born in 2012. Image: Daily Mail

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Mo Farah and Tania

Olympic athlete and running superstar, Mo Farah and his wife Tania have twin girls Aisha and Amani, born in the same year he won two gold medals in the 2012 Olympics. At the time, the Team GB runner dedicated his medals to his unborn daughters. The couple welcomed a son, Hussein Mo Farah in 2015 and have a daughter Rhianna from his wife’s first relationship. Image: Standard

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Maria Carey and Nick Cannon

During their five-year marriage, Maria Carey and Nick Cannon welcomed fraternal twins, Moroccan and Monroe, born in 2011. The cute duo have since joined their mum in a number of public appearances, even on stage! Image: Getty

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Roger Federer and wife Mirka

The eight time Wimbledon winner, tennis superstar Roger Federer is actually a father of not one, but two sets of twins! In 2009, the couple welcomed identical twin girls Myla Rose and Charlene Riva. The Federers then had their second pair of identical twins in 2014, sons Leo and Lenny, who the tennis champion described as a ‘miracle’. Image: Getty

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The singing superstar adopted four-year-old twins Esther and Stella Mwale in 2017 from Malawi. They join her brood of six, David Banda and Mercy James also adopted from Malawi and her biological daughter Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon, who she had during her relationship with Carlos Leon, and Rocco Ritchie with ex-husband Guy Ritchie. Image: Instagram/Madonna

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Julia Roberts and Daniel Moder

Julia Roberts and her cameraman husband have three children together – twins Hazel Patricia and Phinaeus ‘Finn’ Walter Moder, born in 2004 and son Henry Daniel Moder born in 2007. Image: Getty

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Celine Dion

The ‘My Heart Will Go On’ signing sensation reportedly underwent a number of small operations at a fertility clinic and rounds of IVF in order to conceive her son René-Charles Angelil in 2001, with her husband and manager René Angélil. In May 2010, her husband announced she was pregnant after her sixth round of IVF and the singer gave birth to twins Eddy and Nelson. Image: People

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Pharrell Williams

The ‘Happy’ singer Pharrel Williams and wife Helen Lasichanh gave birth to triplets in 2017. As yet, the couple have not released the children’s names or gender, but they are rumoured to be two boys and a girl. The couple have a son Rocket together, born in 2008. Image: Getty

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Cristiano Ronaldo

The famous footballer Cristiano Ronaldo revealed he had welcomed twins Eva Maria and Mateo through the help of a surrogate in 2017. The footballer also has a son, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr, also born by surrogate, and his girlfriend Georgina Rodrigez has confirmed she is pregnant with Ronaldo’s baby. Image: Instagram/Cristiano

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