Look: Meet UAE’s first baby born on Eid Al Fitr at midnight

At Abu Dhabi’s Medeor Hospital, an Egyptian expat couple welcomed their third child at 12:01am. Little Ayla was one of the first babies born in the early hours of the day.

The baby, weighing 3.61kg with a height of 51 cm, was delivered by Dr (Prof) Walid El-Sherbiny, consultant, obstetrics and gynaecology and head of the department, at Medeor Hospital.

The parents Amira Magdy, 32, and Khaled Fahmy are on top of the world.

“Ayla is our third child. This pregnancy was a surprise for us. Now, Ayla surprised us again by coming as the most precious gift from above on this blessed day. We are thrilled to finally hold our angel in our arms,” said Magdy.

“Children are God’s gift, and it’s a privilege for me to be a part of the auspicious occasion. The staff at Medeor Hospital would like to extend our warm regards to them. We wish the best for the baby and the parents to have a healthy and happy life ahead,” said Dr El Sherbiny.

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