Graham Walton is the proud father of the world famous Liverpool Sextuplets born 32 years ago. He has amassed a truly wonderful collection of stories and observations which are totally inspiring and very funny.
"The members thoroughly enjoyed your talk Graham and Janet they thought you were so calm and cool. They just couldn't believe how well you've both coped with life with your 6 girls."
Somerset County Federation of Women's Institutes
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Graham Walton has spent the last 34 years living with seven women and what a life he has had! He is a painter and decorator who along with his wife, has really had his work cut out. Hannah, Lucy, Ruth, Kate, Sarah and Jenny were born on 18th November 1983 at the Oxford Street Maternity Hospital in Liverpool, in just over four minutes, at 7.55 p.m. To their proud parents, Janet and Graham, this miracle was the result of seven painful and fruitless years of trying in vain to have a family. To the rest of the world it was the greatest miracle of life that had ever been witnessed since it was the first time ever that sextuplets - all of one sex - had been born and had survived.
The chances of this happy event ever occurring again are one hundred and three BILLION to one against! Due to this fact the family became overnight the most unique family in the world and from that day on, Graham and Janet's life changed completely. From being a normal, happily married couple they became the centre of the world's press attention, and interest in the family has never diminished since that time. The girls chose to remove themsleves from the limelight at the age of 18 but came together to show how life is 10 years on. Graham is in constant demand as a speaker and his speeches chart the events and experiences of living with the world's only survivng all female sextuplets.
"Everyone has been phoning me today to say how much they enjoyed the event especially you, Graham - you are unique!"
Countess of Chester Hospital
"The evening was a great financial success money will be used to purchase medical equipment to enable local people to be nursed in their own home....We could see a lot of commodes locally with little plaques on 'in laughing memory of Graham Walton's talk."
Rotary Club of Meriden