|A young couple in Devon have conceived quadruplets naturally, the odds of which are 700,000 to one.
Emma and Michael Wing from Plymouth already have two sons aged three years and ten months.
"We weren't actually trying for a baby," said Mr Wing, 22, a Gunner with 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery. "But we didn't mind if one came along."
Their hospital has offered them a selective reduction, removing one or more of the foetuses to increase the chances of the others surviving, but Mr and Mrs Wing have refused.
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