In 1986, Gina, Nina and Victoria were born just four minutes apart, and thirty-five years later, they're each due to deliver their babies in the same year.
"We never officially sat down and said let's 'plan' this because of the different stages of life we were in," the trio shared in an interview with the New York Post, but that they "always talked about having babies together" as young girls.
"Since I was the first to get married and have kids, our timelines were different, and never thought it would actually happen," Gina said.
And while the triplets aren't having multiples of their own, their due dates aren't too far apart, with Victoria expecting to deliver a boy in July; Nina, welcoming a son in August, and Gina expecting her baby girl in November.
The sisters say they couldn't be happier to share motherhood like this since sharing comes so naturally to them.
"We shared everything before".
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