Photographer Gray Malin and husband Jeff Richardson share shot of their newborn twins

The renowned photographer, 32, and his husband Jeff Richardson, shared a shot via Instagram in which they were posed in front of their family home with the babies, a boy and a girl, in tow. ‘Christmas came early! Welcome home PB&J, our hearts are pouring over with love,’ he wrote, adding that ‘this has been the greatest journey of our lives and yet it is just the beginning.’ Awww! Gray Malin, 32, and his husband Jeff Richardson shared a shot via Instagram in which they were posed in front of their family home with the babies, a boy and a girl, in tow, after welcoming the twins via surrogate last week  Malin – a photographer-lifestyle expert known for his 2016 New York Times bestselling book Beaches, and his work with Disney and Veuve Clicquot – wrapped up in saying, ‘Merry everything, friends! Xox.’ Last Sunday Malin shared a shot of himself with Richardson and the newborns, writing, ‘Oh happy day! Welcome home PB&J, you are truly a gift from god.’ The photographer this past September revealed that he and his spouse were expecting twins via a surrogate in a detailed blog on his personal site. ‘I hope you c...

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