Sunny Leone took to Instagram to announce the arrival of Asher Singh Weber and Noah Singh Weber.

Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber welcome twin boys via surrogacySunny Leone/Instagram
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Adult film star turned actor Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber announced the arrival of twin boys.

After adopting Nisha Kaur Weber in mid-2017, Sunny and her husband Daniel Weber announced on social media the arrival of their twin boys Asher Singh Weber and Noah Singh Weber. 

Posting a photo of the happy family on Instagram, Sunny said,”God's plan! June 21st, 2017 was the day Daniel and I found out that we might possibily be having three children within a short amount of time. We planned and tried to have a family and after so many years are family is now complete with Asher Singh Weber, Noah Singh Weber and Nisha Kaur Weber.”

"Our boys were born a few weeks ago but were alive in our hearts abnd eyes for many years. God planned something so special for us and gave us a large family. We are both proud parents of three beautiful children. Surprise everyone."

Sunny also clarified via Twitter that Noah and Asher were born via surrogacy.

Daniel shared the same photograph and tweeted, “Say hello to Noah and Asher Weber! Family. The next chapter of life! Karen (Sunny), Nisha, Noah, Asher and me.”

Sunny and Daniel adopted their first child, Nisha, in July 2017. She celebrated her second birthday in Arizona, US, in October last year.

Sunny has been quite positive about her experience of motherhood, and had told the media earlier, “ Well our whole life has changed for the better. Figuring out our schedule is not as difficult as we thought it would be and she is at an age where she (Nisha) can travel with us if need be.”

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She added that she was enjoying every moment of her time with Nisha and called herself and Daniel “blessed”.

“It is the best experience of my life and I can't wait to show her every inch of this world and teach her so many things,” Sunny earlier said.

(with IANS inputs)