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Friday 15th November 2019

Coronation Street viewers divided as Gemma safely delivers all four babies

Gemma and Chesney had two boys and two girls

Viewers of Coronation Street were divided as Gemma Winter safely gave birth to her four babies.

In tonight's episode of the ITV soap (October 30 2019) Gemma went into labour on a cable car in Llandudno.

Despite panicking that her first baby would die, she ended up giving birth to her son in mid air with the help of Ches - and he was fine.

Gemma went into labour in the cable car (Credit: ITV)

Eventually her and Ches got down to the cable car station where an ambulance was waiting for them.

On the way to the hospital, things weren't look great and the paramedics had to try to help slow down labour so Gemma could go straight into surgery at hospital to deliver her other three children.

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As Gemma got to the hospital, she immediately went into theatre and luckily all three babies were born safely.

Ches later announced they had two boys and two girls and Gemma told their family they named their children Bryn, Cleo, Carys and Aled.

Viewers were overjoyed that all four of their babies were delivered safely.

However, others weren't so impressed with how things progressed, with some calling it "unrealistic."

Others suggested there was no way Gemma would be up and about so soon after such major surgery.

Sam Aston and Dolly Rose Campbell appeared on Lorraine earlier today (October 30 2019) where they revealed that the quads were being played by five babies.

Earlier this year Gemma found out she was pregnant with Chesney's baby not long after they broke up.

A few weeks later they were stunned when they told Gemma was carrying four babies.

Gemma found out she was pregnant with quads earlier this year (Credit: ITV)

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Although they were given the option of selective termination, the pair wanted to give all four babies a chance of surviving.

A couple of weeks ago, Gemma was told one of the babies was growing slightly slower than the other three, leading her to worry about her unborn child.

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.

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