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Parents of boy who became Britain’s youngest ever organ donor welcome new baby girl

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The parents of a baby boy who became Britain's youngest ever organ donor have welcomed a new little girl into the world ten years on.

Teddy Houlston made history by becoming the UK's youngest organ donor aged just 100 minutes, after being born with the fatal congenital brain condition anencephaly.

The family have now welcomed a new sister, baby Bodhi, for his surviving twin brother Noah a decade later. Parents Jess and Mike Houlston invited the Mirror into their home to meet little Bodhi. READ MORE 'I’m the mother of over 40 children and I have no regrets' The couple said her arrival has been a great comfort to Noah, who has felt the loss of his brother even though they never got to know each other - common in a surviving twin.

Jess said: "He is besotted. Every single night he would ask, 'When can we have another baby?' He has always been missing something." Bodhi was born on February 11 and Jess, 37, said she can see Teddy in her.

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