200 million-to-1: Genetically identical triplets born exactly same

The Liverpool couple have a three-year-old daughter, too. (Facebook)

They are only a handful of naturally conceived sets of identical triplets.

If the 23-year-old Becki-Jo Allen got a shock early in her pregnancy when she consulted her doctor with severe headaches and nausea and was told that she was expecting triplets, then there was more awaiting her after the delivery.

The triplets that were delivered by a C-section at 31 weeks were identical. Their DNA tests confirm that the triplets beat odds of 200 million-to-one to be born exactly the same, reports Daily Mail.

It was quite difficult to tell one from the other. All three boys have got dark birthmarks between their eyebrows, says the young mom. However, now at 10 months, Rocco, Roman and Rohan’s emerging personalities help Allen differentiate them.

One of the boys is quite laid-back, while another is feisty and the third one doesn’t easily share things, she explains.

The Liverpool couple have a three-year-old daughter, too.