Kalani and Jarani are fraternal twins, meaning that they developed from two different eggs that were fertilized by their own sperm cell. But according to the BBC, the chance of a biracial couple having twins that are born with two different skin colours is approximately 1 in 500.
Speaking with US Weekly, Meyer revealed her surprise at meeting her daughters for the first time.
“I asked the doctor why Kalani’s skin was so white! I couldn’t figure out why she looked so different to her sister.”
“No one believes they’re twins,” she continued. “When we go out in public, people will start looking at them because I dress them identical and I can tell they are confused.”
“They are my miracle babies.”
Article originally published at New Idea.