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Britain's most premature triplets are back at their home in Northamptonshire - after spending eight months in hospital.

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UK's most premature surviving triplets go home

Well moving from the old to the brand new now, and one family have an extra reason to be cheerful in 2013, well three reasons in fact, with their triplets finally coming home after spending months in hospital.

Stuart and Hannah Fraser from Northamptonshire are parents of the country's most premature surviving triplets. The babies were born 16 weeks early after Hannah had problems with her pregnancy.

The babies were so under-developed their skin was almost transparent, but now the family are making up for lost time. Elodie Harper reports.

Britain's most premature triplets go home

Premature triplets Credit: ITV Central News

Triplets from Hartwell in Northamptonshire are home at last from hospital after being born four months early.

Abigail, Elouise and Dylan Fraser were born on 26th April last year and spent the first five months of their lives in hospital. The babies were meant to be born on 13 August.

The triplets were not expected to survive as their bodies were seriously under-developed and their skin was almost transparent.

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Premature triplets go home

A Northamptonshire family has reason to be cheerful in 2013 as they look forward to a year at home with their triplets - who have spent five months in hospital.

Stuart and Hannah Fraser are parents of the country's most premature surviving triplets.

The babies were born 16 weeks early after Hannah had problems with her pregnancy.

They were so under-developed their skin was almost transparent, but now the family are making up for lost time at home together.

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