MAFS Aus Bryce and Melissa’s joy as premature twins go home after months in hospital

Married At First Sight Australia stars Melissa Rawson and Bryce Ruthven were delighted as they were finally able to take their premature twin sons, Levi and Tate, home from the hospital for the festive season.

The pair were born prematurely at 30 weeks in October, and their doting parents have been documenting their progress over the last two and a half months from the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).

And Chrismas has come early for the reality star couple, as they took to their Instagram platforms to reveal they were given the all-clear to take the youngsters home.

Sharing a sweet family snap from their home in Melbourne, Melissa joyfully penned: "Welcome home my sweet little angels."

Bryce also shared the same snap, with the caption: "Home under the one roof @lissrawson #twins #premmie #10weekearly."

The pair couldn't wipe the smile from their faces as they held onto their adorable, sleeping babies.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the couple admitted that boys had actually been home for two weeks now.

"We've been enjoying their time and giving them the feeling of home. It's been good, keeping them to ourselves, family and friends," Bryce told the publication.

Melissa added: "They get to meet all our family and friends, and it's actually exciting to be able to celebrate a Christmas with babies, and actually spoil them this year,' she gushed.

"I've never had to really buy presents before, and I love the fact that I can just dote on them even though they don't really know what Christmas is yet."

Melissa and Bryce's Instagram followers were delighted to see the twins home, with one penning: "Awwwww soo glad they are home and you guys can be a family."

Another added: "So happy for you guys! Welcome home boys!"

A third commented: "Finally home! Enjoy the first Christmas with your boys."

Shortly after their Tate and Levi's premature birth, Melissa admitted on Instagram: "I could never prepare myself for what premmie babies and their families go through or any parent where their bubby is struggling with life after birth or decide to leave this earth and grow their angel wings.

"The tears never stop, and I wish more than anything they were home with us. But I know they are in the best of care," she continued.

Melissa also recently shared a post in which she candidly discussed her difficulty with breastfeeding.

"Breastfeeding. It's not easy. Especially having not one but two preemie babies," she wrote.

"We've been trying breast contact and the boys have started suckling, which is a great sign! However, I've still found it all quite overwhelming and stressful.

"Thankfully there's many great websites for info and the nurses have been wonderful. I will continue to try but at the end of the day, fed is best. We'll keep persevering bubbas!"

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