WATCH | Identical twins reunite after spending more than four months apart due to lockdown

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Identical twins Sebastian and Alex were born at just 27 weeks in the middle of UK's first lockdown.

The twins were separated for 134 days or just over four months due to coronavirus restrictions, with Sebastian having to stay at the hospital while Alex was sent home.

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As different as they are the mom says that "Alex is curious, cheeky and strong while his brother not so much."

She also says that the reunion has been amazing. The twins laugh at each other and are just happy together.

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Compiled for Parent24 by Athenkosi Mndende

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