‘I love being a mum’: Tania Zaetta on celebrating first Mother’s Day with twins

Tania Zaetta is preparing to celebrate her first Mother's Day with gorgeous twins. Source: Instagram/ Tania Zaetta

Aussie television star Tania Zaetta welcomed her “miracle” babies into the world last year after undergoing IVF and now the doting mum is preparing to celebrate her first Mother’s Day with her beloved children.

The Who Dares Wins star flew all the way to Greece to find an anonymous egg donor and start a family with her partner Chris Rodgers. To their delight Tania well pregnant after her first treatment and in September her dreams came true when little Alby and Kenzie were born.

Now eight months later the 48-year-old has spoken exclusively to Woman’s Day in the lead up to the special day, claiming she isn’t asking for anything this year as she has “the best two presents you could ever want”.

Although the twins had a difficult start to life having been treated in a special care nursery after their arrival, Tania explained they are full of life and doing well.

The star told Woman’s Day Alby is much like his father with a “laidback” personality, while Kenzie is a “typical girl” who is always playing with her toys.

Thankful to have the adorable bubs, Tania said it was a truly “life-changing” moment when they arrived and she is “very lucky”.

“I’ve been very lucky in that I got exactly what I wanted, twins and a boy and a girl,” Tania explained.

“I love being a mum and I love being a twin mum. I can’t imagine anything different now… and I had never changed a nappy or held a newborn until they came along.

She added of Mother’s Day: “I’d never expect a present because I have the two best presents you could ever want.”

Just like Tania, fans were absolutely delighted when the twins were born as the mum shared an adorable photo on social media for all to see.

The adorable photo showed Tania smiling happily as she cradled both her tiny children in her arms, as they slept on her chest with tubes still in their noses. Chris was seen planting a kiss on her forehead.

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👶👣 BABY NEWS 👶👣 Chris (@thebigchis )& I are over the moon to share the safe arrival of our handsome little boy Alby Zeke Rogers 1.5kg & beautiful baby girl Kenzie Louise Rogers 1.6kg at 9.45am Wed 5th Sept. Mum, bubs & Dad all doing great 😁 We decided to delay sharing this very exciting news a few days to give us some precious alone time with our twins. Bubs are breathtakingly adorable & having arrived a few weeks early & being divinely tiny will spend some time in their little hospital isolettes for safe monitoring before we can all go home. Thanks everyone for your love & support & for sharing this incredible journey with us! We did it! 👌😊 Special thanks also to Dr Dennis Price for the safe delivery of our bubs & all the special care in the lead up as well Dr Simon Costello for looking after the twins now they're in the world with us, & of course the incredible team of nurses & midwives at @cabrinihealth hospital. Let the twin fun begin forever 👶👶 #twins #babies #pregnant #34weeks

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“We decided to delay sharing this very exciting news a few days to give us some precious alone time with our twins,” she wrote. “Bubs are breathtakingly adorable & having arrived a few weeks early & being divinely tiny will spend some time in their little hospital isolettes for safe monitoring before we can all go home.

Read more: Aussie TV star Tania Zaetta, 48, gives birth to twins after undergoing IVF

“Thanks everyone for your love & support & for sharing this incredible journey with us! We did it! Special thanks also to Dr Dennis Price for the safe delivery of our bubs & all the special care in the lead up as well as the incredible team at Cabrini Hospital. Let the twin fun begin forever.”

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