Natural Newborn Photography in Kent: A Sneak Peek of newborn twins Ella & James

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The week before last I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing tiny little newborn twins. Their lovely mum contacted me quite a while back now and we exchanged emails leading up to the arrival. I don’t know who was more excited!

Well James and Ella arrived happy and healthy and have been keeping Mummy and Daddy very busy. We had a wonderful day capturing some memories to treasure. I have so many really adorable photographs of little James & Ella, they were such little characters, but I couldn’t wait to share a little sneak peak. I hope you like them. Aren’t they cute?

Lauren xxx

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