The awesome foursome just basically crushed their first modeling gig with cuteness.

By Hollee Actman Becker
July 11, 2016

They're the Canadian couple who defied 1 in 15 million odds when they welcomed identical quadruplet girls this past spring, despite zero history of multiples on either side of the family.

And yes, these adorable little babes were conceived au naturel!

Now just two months later, sisters Abigail, Mckayla, Grace, and Emily are more than ready for their close up in this amazing set of photographs taken by Cassandra Jones of Noelle Mirabella Photography.

"I have been dying to share these images!" Jones wrote on the company Facebook page. "Last week, I had the opportunity to photograph these gorgeous IDENTICAL QUADRUPLET girls! Identical quadruplets are so rare that only about 70 sets are known to currently exist in the entire 7.4 billion population. It was truly an honour to photograph all of them."

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Credit: Noelle Mirabella Photography

Awww! We can see why—they seriously make the cutest bunnies ever!

Yet despite the stunning images, Jones had never shot quadruplets before. So she brought backup in the way of a five-deep photo shoot posse made up of one wrangler for each baby, plus an assistant to help set up all the flowers and props—of which there were many.

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Credit: Noelle Mirabella Photography

But even a squad that size wasn't enough to keep the adorable little VIPs from confusing the crew, nor was the fact that Bethani had all the girls' toes painted different shades, and their ears pierced with different colored sets of earrings—purple for Emily, red for Grace, pink for Mckayla, blue for Abigail—prior to the shoot.

"With the exception of the smallest of the girls, Abigail, my assistants and I were not able to tell them apart with their outfits on," Jones admitted to Today. "Prior to dressing them, we kept checking their hospital bracelets to see who was who."

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Credit: Noelle Mirabella Photography

Good thing they still had those on!

I can't even imagine the amount of stress involved in trying to identify, dress, pose, and capture four tiny, unpredictable infants on film at the same time. But lucky for Jones, the adorable girl squad ended up bring their A-game.

"It was super hectic since we were outside and we had a lot going on, but the babies were perfect angels," the photog explained on Facebook. "They slept like little cherubs the entire time. We made it through 5 set-ups and individual photos and they did not make a peep."

That's some serious #ModelStatus right there!

Fingers crossed that Bethani and Tim are hitting it just as big at home during bedtime!

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and a mom. Check out her website for more, and then follow her on twitter at @holleewoodworld.