Northern Alberta quadruplets become internet sensation

By Everything GP (Glory Przekop)
January 4, 2018 - 8:43am

HYTHE, AB -  A set of quadruplets from northern Alberta have turned into a viral hit.

Bethany Webb, mom to the 19-month-old girls says the four just discovered hugging so she took a video and as of Thursday morning, it had over 13 million views.

“It’s a little crazy to think so many people like the video and wanted to watch the video. I didn’t think I’d get that many hots on it, I just uploaded it to the girls Facebook page thinking maybe a few people would watch it.”

Abigail, Emily, Grace and Mckayla will be turning two in May and Webb says like typical siblings, when they are not getting along, they fight with each other.

“They are definitely a handful, they are very busy girls and they like to always be on the go, they are such a blessing."

The girls were naturally conceived and the community of Hythe came together to raise donations and funds for the family of six.

Hythe is a village located about 60 kilometres northwest of Grande Prairie.

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