This is thought to be the longest an embryo has been frozen and resulted in a health baby.
According to a report by BBC, Baby Laina Beasley has two teenage siblings who were conceived through IVF at the same time as she was frozen, which technically makes her a triplet.
When Debbie Beasley, now 45, began her fertility treatment in at the University of California Irvine Center in the 1990s, the doctors used her eggs and her husband Kent’s sperm to make 12 embryos.
Debbie had three embryos transferred to her womb and became pregnant with triplets, but lost one halfway through her pregnancy.
Twins Jeffrey and Carleigh were born in 1992.