Keralite couple’s four daughters born on same day follow mother’s footsteps to become nurses in UK – UKMALAYALEE

Keralite couple’s four daughters born on same day follow mother’s footsteps to become nurses in UK

Wednesday 25 August 2021 7:31 AM UTC

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON Aug 25: A Keralite couple’s four quadruplet (four children born at one birth) daughters have followed their mum’s profession to become nurses in the UK, Daily Mail and Mirror reported.

Aleena, Anjel, Aneetta and Aneesha, all 21 are daughters of Joby Shibu Mathew and Shibu Mathew, who previously worked in Oman and moved to the UK in 2007.

Aneetta, Anjel and Aleena joined the wards at the Royal Papworth Hospital in Cambridge this week after qualifying as nurses. And Aneesha became a physiotherapist two weeks ago at Kettering Hospital, after studying in Norwich.

They all completed their studies at the University of Suffolk – where their mum was also a student. Joby Shibu Mathew works at the Ipswich Hospital and Shibu Mathew works as a maintenance engineer.

Speaking to Mirror Aneesha said: “It is funny my sisters and I have gone into the same career, but I think we often try to be different and we seem to end up choosing the same thing. It happens with lots of things in our life”

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