HELEN Glover and Steve Backshall have revealed that they welcomed the twins after their tragic abortion.
The 33-year-old Olympian broke the news on Twitter today by sharing a photo of her newborn son and daughter’s feet.
The rower – who is already Logan’s mother, 18 months – tweeted: “We will need a bigger boat.
“Welcome to the world, little ones. Your older brother is already setting the pace and is so happy to meet you. Tips for surviving 3 under 2 on a postcard please. “
Steve, 46, wildlife presenter also shared the news saying to fans: “Being a twin is like being born with a soul mate. A best friend always on hand to play, fight, discuss and make up stories.
“And Helen should know, being a twin herself. All I know is that life is going to double the madman. And we couldn’t be happier. “
Helen revealed that she was pregnant on the red carpet in September last year.
He previously lost one of his twins in April 2018, but continued to give birth to a healthy baby boy after his devastating loss.
Helen and Strictly Come Dancing star Steve announced for the first time that they were expecting twins in March last year.
A month later, devastated Helen said to her followers: “Thanks for all your lovely messages.
“We had the hard news that one child didn’t make it, but we are very excited and hopefully the remaining child will arrive this summer.”
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She was showered with support messages after her assignment.
Steve and Helen decided to found a family once he relaxed his training program.
Steve and Helen met during Sport Relief in 2014.
As part of Team GB, Helen has won several medals including gold in London 2012 in female coxless couples along with Heather Stanning, the first gold earned for the country that year.
The couple won the gong again in Rio 2016.
Steve presented CBBC’s The Really Wild Show from 2003 to 2006 before joining the Springwatch Trackers team before joining Deadly 60 in 2009.
He also faced a series of “deadly” challenges including Deadly Pole to Pole, Personal Expedition: Mount Asgard and Extreme Mountain Challenge.