Tennessee Hospital Dresses Up Newborn Twins As Dolly & Elvis

Richard E. Aaron/Redferns, Williamson Health/ Kristie Lloyd Photography

A pair of twins was born in Franklin, Tennessee this month and the hospital celebrated not only their births, but the births of two music icons in such an amazing way. 

Williamson Health shared adorable photos of twins dressed up as the Queen of Country Music, Dolly Parton, and the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley.

The caption read, “These newborn 𝙏𝙒𝙄𝙉𝙎 are dressed in honor of two fellow legendary January babies and fellow Tennesseans: the queen of country music, Dolly Parton, and the king of rock and roll, ELVIS PRESLEY!”

They continued, “Happy birthday month to Dolly and Elvis, and thank you for the memorable mark you’ve made in our home state of Tennessee, in music, and in all of our lives. We can’t imagine a world today without the impact these two icons have and continue to make on the world, and we can’t wait to see the inspiration these twins take from Dolly and Elvis wherever they go in life.”

The Dolly baby was dressed in an adorable crocheted coat of many colors, inspired by her iconic song, a crocheted blonde wig, crocheted boots, and a tiny floral guitar.

Newborn baby dressed as Dolly Parton
Williamson Health / Kristie Lloyd Photography

The Elvis baby was in a completely crocheted outfit that resembled the King’s iconic white jumpsuit and red scarf! His prop was a little crocheted microphone.

Baby Elvis
Williamson Health / Kristie Lloyd Photography

Parton was born on January 19, 1946 in Pittman Center, Tennessee, while Presley was born January 8, 1935 in Tupelo, Missouri, but spent most of his adult life in Memphis, Tennessee.

The adorable photos were taken by Nashville-based photographer Kristie Lloyd and shared on Williamson Health’s social media account.

To celebrate her own birthday, Parton released a deluxe-edition of her latest album Rockstar. Countless people wished her a happy birthday on social media from Willie Nelson to Lee Ann Womack, and so many more!

RELATED: Country Stars Who Wished Dolly Parton Happy Birthday

Watch a video below of the twins below!