Triplets make five

THREE'S A CROWD: Babies Isaac, Arthur and Noah thought to be Sudbury's only naturally-conceived triplets.
THREE'S A CROWD: Babies Isaac, Arthur and Noah thought to be Sudbury's only naturally-conceived triplets.
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Great Cornard couple Rachel Pyman and Robert Woolley have instantly become a family of five after their tiny triplet boys arrived eight weeks early.

The babies are thought to be the only naturally-conceived triplets living in the Sudbury area, and they are now settling in with their proud mum and dad at their aptly-named Nursery Road home.

They were all born a minute apart. Oldest is Isaac, who weighed in at 3lb 13oz, followed by identical twins Arthur who was 2lb 15oz, and Noah at 3lb 7oz. The babies are doing well after coming home from hospital two weeks ago.

It has meant some big changes for the family – including transport. Dad Robert, who works at the town’s Delphi factory in Newton Road, has had to swap his convertible car for a seven-seater people carrier.