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WWE News: Former WWE Superstar Christy Hemme gives birth to quadruplets

Former WWE superstar gives birth to quadruplets.

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News 07 Jan 2018, 17:50 IST
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Hemme gave birth to quadruplets last day
Hemme gave birth to quadruplets last day

What’s the story?

Former WWE Superstar Christy Hemme has given birth to quadruplets (3 boys and 1 girl). She sent out the news via her official Twitter account.

In case you did not know…

The 37-year-old Hemme started her wrestling career back in 2004 when she became the winner of WWE’s Diva Search.

She then stayed with WWE for a year before moving to Impact Wrestling in 2006. After playing various roles in the promotion for nearly a decade, Hemme finally announced her departure in 2016.

As for her family life, she married Charley Patterson back in 2010 and gave birth to her first child, a daughter, back in 2015.

The heart of the matter

Hemme announced her pregnancy last year and said that she was expecting four children in January.

She was, however, facing some medical complications ahead of the delivery for which she had to undergo a special procedure.

And now, the tweet revealed that her delivery was a successful one. It also noted that Hemme and all four of her babies are safe. Interestingly, all five of her children will now share the same birthday – January 6th.

The tweet has received some warm responses. Most of the fans were seen congratulating and wishing her a speedy recovery.

A string of wrestlers also congratulated Hemme on Twitter. WWE Hall of Famer Lita tweeted the following and revealed that she was waiting for the new.

Hemme's former Impact Wrestling co-workers Velvet Sky and Abyss had the following messages.

Author’s take

Hemme deserves credits for staying strong and courageous throughout the whole process as there were some medical complications.

The story of Hemme is indeed an inspiring one and we at Sportskeeda wish her and her babies good health for the future. 

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