A WIFE has filmed her husband’s priceless reaction after discovering they were expecting triplets.
Stephanie Valas shared the video of her husband’s wave of emotions after showing him an ultrasound of their three babies.
The mum-of-two surprised her husband at work with the triple-whammy of announcements.
Stephanie, who was behind the camera, asks: “Do you see anything different?”
He responds: “A… B… C… I don’t understand, what’s wrong? Is there something wrong?”
An emotional Stephanie replies: “This is a picture of baby A, this is a picture of baby B and this is a picture baby C.”
“Okay?” her husband asks, seemingly not understanding what he was seeing.
Stephanie states: “That’s all of them in one.”
Now glaring with wide eyes, her husband pauses and remains seemingly speechless for a few seconds before asking: “We’re having three babies? Are you serious?
“One, two, three?”
He breaks into laughter before reaffirming: “Three? Are you serious?” while holding up three fingers.
A tearful Stephanie replies: “We’re having three babies.”
As the news of their expecting triplets begins to sink in, her husband stands still for a few moments, open-mouthed and again, stuck for words.
“Holy f***” he shouts, flailing his arms in the air, before doing a mind-blown gesture.
“Are they healthy? Is everything as it should be?
“This is amazing, it’s great.”
Tearful Stephanie can be heard welling up at her husband’s reaction.
He leads on to say: “I’m happy, as long as they’re healthy.
“Who cares, I’m happy.
“We’re going to need a bigger house.”
Stephanie’s emotional but humorous video has been viewed a staggering 1million times since uploading it to YouTube.
One viewer commented: “I liked how he was happy to have more children and just cared that they were healthy.”
Another said: “Oh my goodness this video is priceless. I honestly lost count of how many times I’ve watched this.”
“This man deserves a dad of the year award,” a third stated.
And a fourth said: “This is the definition of mind blown.”
Last week, miracle twins branded the “most premature ever in the UK” reached their first birthday.