Few whom met on dating application Bumble during lockdown are expectant of triplets

‘Clayton simply switched as white as a ghost and place his mind in his arms’

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A couple of whom came across for a dating application in the very first nationwide lockdown are now actually anticipating triplets.

Megan Smyth, 31, and Clayton Whittaker, 41, first set eyes for each other from the dating app Bumble in belated May 2020 and determined to go in together for lockdown 30 days later on.

The pleased couple have actually now revealed they’ve been expecting identical triplets – an incredibly uncommon conception which just happens within one in 200 million naturally-conceived pregnancies.

Expectant mum Megan, of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, said: “we can not quite think it! That is not at all the way I expected this year to get.