|The final push: Medical staff examine 23-year-old Alexandra prior to her Caesarian section at the Podoli hospital in Prague, Czech Republic|
|Anticipation: Ms Kinova is attended by the hospital's surgeons during her Caesarean|
|Baby joy: Doctors care for one of the newborns after Ms Kinova gave birth to four boys and one girl|
Ms Kinova already has one son and he helped choose the names of his five new siblings.
The four boys are called Deniel, Michael, Alex and Martin and the girl is called Terezka.
The family did not know what the sex of the all the babies were until they were born because two were hidden in the scan.
Zbynek Stranak, chief doctor at the neonatal section of the institute said the birth took place 'without any complications.'
|Special delivery: The four boys are called Deniel, Michael, Alex and Martin and the girl is called Terezka|
|Five of a kind: The babies are the first naturally conceived quintuplets to be born in Prague|
Tender loving care: The quintuplets and their mother have been placed in an intensive care unit, although all are said to be doing well
|Bundle of joy: A nurse cares for one of the newborns. Ms Kinova has been told her children have a 95 per cent chance of growing up healthy|
Ms Kinova's birth went 'without complication' and she and her brood are in intensive car
|showing off her bum|