The Zalte family lives in India, in the city of Mumbai. In 2016, Shetal gave birth to twins welded together, which are called Siamese.
The fact that they are conjoined twins was revealed in the fifth month of pregnancy. At that time, doctors did not know if it would be possible to separate the babies.
But Chetal and Sagar Zalte decided that their babies should come into the world and they set about putting money aside for a probable intervention.
Babies Prince and Love were born healthy, but joined together.
After their birth, the children were thoroughly examined and the doctors declared that separation would be possible, but the little ones had to reach the age of one year.
The preparation for the surgery took two months.
In December 2017, a team of doctors made up of 30 specialists worked twelve hours to make the parents’ sacred dream come true and give the boys a new life.
Towards the morning, Dr. Shakuntala Prabhu warned Chetal and Sagar of the long-awaited good news: “We have succeeded, everything is over! »
The separated toddlers had a lot to learn.
Under the supervision of specialists, they first learned to crawl, then to stand and finally, at two years old, to walk.
During this period, Prince and Love were always observed by doctors, and they were very fond of children.
On the day of the first anniversary of their separation, they visited them and celebrated together this event so important for the little ones and for their parents.
With the separation of the Siamese twins, the medical center became famous. Currently, it is the most specialized center dealing with such cases.
The babies separated in 2017, are already six years old. They are identical twins and look very similar.
They have the same appearance, the same feelings and the same preferences. They are very active and do not stand out from their peers.