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The only daughter of Elvis Presley gave birth to twins on October 7, 2008. Lisa Marie Presley and her husband Michael Lockwood named the babies Finley and Harper. Their famous grandfather was also a twin; Elvis' twin brother, Jesse, was stillborn.
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Laura Bush is the wife of George W. Bush, forty-third president of the United States. She is the only First Lady to be a mother of twins. She's a mom of twin girls, Barbara and Jenna Bush, born in 1981. The girls are named after their grandmothers.
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Actress Jane Seymour is best known for her Emmy-award winning role as Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman. She is also an author, designer, activist and dancer, starring in season five of Dancing With the Stars. The former Bond girl (she played the role in the 1973 James Bond movie, "Live and Let Die) became a mom of twins in 1995. Her sons, Johnny and Kris, are named after family friends Johnny Cash and Christopher Reeve.
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Imagine the lullabies this mom of twins would sing! Diana Krall is a Grammy award-winning jazz musician married to singer/songwriter Elvis Costello. The musical couple had twin boys, Dexter Henry Lorcan and Frank Harlan James, in December 2006.
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Holly Robinson-Peete is mom to fraternal twins born in 1997. Daughter Ryan and son Rodney Jr. are two of the couple's four children. Holly Robinson Peete is an actress, singer and author. She is married to Rodney Peete, a former NFL quarterback.
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Actors Angela Bassett and Courtney B. Vance are the parents of son Slater Josiah and daughter Bronwyn Golden born on January 27, 2006. The twins were carried by a surrogate mother.
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Cleopatra was an ancient Egyptian queen, in fact the last pharaoh of Egypt before the area was taken into Roman rule. She was born in 69 B.C. She had twins, Alexander Helios and Cleopatra Selene, with Marc Antony, a Roman governor. (Not to be confused with Jennifer Lopez's husband, the singer Marc Anthony.)
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Known as the "iron lady," Margaret Thatcher was the prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 until 1990. She's also a mom of boy/girl twins, Mark and Carol, born in 1953.
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Actress Holly Hunter, known as the voice of supermom Helen Parr in the movie "The Incredibles" gave birth to twins in January 2006. The Oscar-winning actress was forty-seven years old when she became a mom of twins. It has been reported that the twins are boys, but otherwise, very little information has surfaced.
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She's not a famous singer, actress, politician or historial figure. In fact, Kate Gosselin's fame is the result of being a mother of multiples - twice over. She's a mom of twin girls (Cara Nicole and Madelyn Kate, born in October 2000). Then, she and her husband Jon decided to try for "just one more." Kate gave birth to sextuplets (yep, six babies!) in May 2004: Alexis Faith, Hannah Joy, Aaden Jonathan, Collin Thomas, Leah Hope and Joel Kevin. The family's life -- including Kate's tumultuous breakup
with her husband, Jon -- has been documented in the popular television series "Jon and Kate Plus 8" which airs on TLC. Their book, Multiple Bles8ings
details their story and the faith that has sustained them through their journey.