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Zoe Saldana, Marco Perego Go Hiking With Newborn Twins Cy and Bowie — See Their Pic Here!

It's a #family affair! #Twins #Fullhouse

A photo posted by Zoe Saldana (@zoesaldana) on Feb 13, 2015 at 9:20am PST

A family affair indeed! Zoe Saldana and Marco Perego have their hands full with newborn twin boys Cy and Bowie. On Friday, Feb. 13, the Avatar actress shared a gorgeous Instagram photo of herself hiking with her brood.

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“It's a #family affair! #Twins #Fullhouse,” Saldana, 36, captioned the side-by-side photo of herself and Perego, each touting a twin in a baby sling.

The sweet snap comes after Saldana gushed over her hubby in an Instagram the night before. “No words…Sin palabras…#Marco,” she wrote simply alongside a lovey-dovey selfie with Perego.

A photo posted by Zoe Saldana (@zoesaldana) on Feb 12, 2015 at 1:28pm PST

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On Thursday, Feb. 12, the parents hit up Bel Bambini in West Hollywood, Calif., and, according to another customer, stocked up on necessities including a Skip Hop Treetop Friend crib mobile, an ear thermometer, and Mamas + Papas activity spiral.

The new mom welcomed her sons this past November, but waited until last month to share the news with fans. “Happy #2015 ! Starting our #NewYear with a fullhouse. Our boys are finally here! Thank U 4 all the beautiful wishes!” she shared on Twitter. Following her tweet, Saldana posted an Instasgram photo of two identical Comotomo baby bottles and plush pacifiers announcing her sons’ names. “Our boys CY and BOWIE are finally here #marcoperego and I wanted to thank you for your beautiful wishes and for your patience,” she added.

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"My husband is very Italian and I'm very Latina so every day we have messages from our parents, 'Oh it should be Rocko, Giovanni, Luigi, Antonio Ramon Jose.' And you're like, 'Oh my god, people chill, chill,'" Saldana teased to Ellen DeGeneres a month before giving birth. "We're kind of hippie…we just want them to be healthy."

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