Being pregnant is a special time for every woman. It’s both exciting and happy. Sometimes, moms worry about things during this time.
But when the baby is finally born, those worries usually go away. Sometimes, there are extra surprises, like for a woman in Iran. She thought she would have one baby, but she ended up having three girls – Elnaz, Golnaz, and Tanaz. These three girls are exactly the same, both when they were kids and now that they’re grown up.
This happy event took place in a regular Iranian family 20 years ago. When three girls were born, their parents were overjoyed. Even though the family didn’t have a lot of money, their lives were bright. Mom and dad provided their children with the best they could, and unlike many Iranian parents, they spent on their daughters’ education and growth. However, despite this, the sisters had limited opportunities in their home country. In that society, it’s not common for women to work or express themselves in certain ways.
Already as adults, the girls understood this, so they decided to move to London. The father gave his daughters his savings for tickets and housing. He wanted them to be able to succeed and supported them in everything. This helped the sisters to leave Iran. They never returned to their home country.
For a few years now, Elnaz, Golnaz, and Tanaz have been living in London. They study and pursue their dreams as models. The girls quickly achieved some success – they started working with a few big brands. This earns them a good income, enough to take care of themselves in a foreign country. However, they believe that even greater success is on the horizon. Right now, they may not be globally famous, but they are sure that their bright future is ahead of them.
The girls share a page on social media where they post pictures in trendy outfits. They have a strong sense of style and make an effort to choose similar accessories and clothing to stay somewhat alike, even in fashion. Elnaz, Golnaz, and Tanaz are happy that their lives are going well, and they appreciate their parents for supporting their choices.