This Is The Story Of Two Star-Crossed Babies Born In The Same Hospital & Internet Is Freaking Out

Classic love story!

This Is The Story Of Two Star-Crossed Babies Born In The Same Hospital & Internet Is Freaking Out
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If you don't already know, this is the magical story of how Romeo and Juliet met, and how Cassie Clayshulte discovered them.

This is the story of modern Romeo & Juliet and how they began their journey at the Coastal Carolina Hospital. Both of them were born within the few hours of each other. While Morgan & Edwin Hernandez welcomed Romeo into the world, Christina & Allan Shifflett welcomed Juliet. What's curious is both of them pre-planned the name of their baby.

Read the story about the star-crossed babies & how it all went down.

Cassie Clayshulte is a baby & children photographer in Hilton Head Island.

Cassie Clayshulte is a baby & children photographer in Hilton Head Island.

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She is the official baby photographer at Coastal Carolina Hospital.

She is the official baby photographer at Coastal Carolina Hospital.
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When she heard about these star-crossed lovers, she just couldn't resist.

When she heard about these star-crossed lovers, she just couldn't resist.
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Both Romeo & Juliet were born in the same hospital.

Both Romeo & Juliet were born in the same hospital.

Romeo was welcomed into the world on Sunday at 2:06 PM.

Romeo was welcomed into the world on Sunday at 2:06 PM.

While Juliet was born exactly 18 hours & 8 minutes later.

While Juliet was born exactly 18 hours & 8 minutes later.

Here's dad Allan holding both Juliet and her older brother Jonas.

Here's dad Allan holding both Juliet and her older brother Jonas.
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Well, the parents already met! They must've already planned their wedding!

Well, the parents already met! They must've already planned their wedding!
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Isn't that a cute coincidence? I'm already writing their story down to the last detail in my mind. 

Also read: This photographer captures her twins with her newborn twin siblings.

Are they going to become the modern-day Romeo Juliet?