Just before delivering her twins, singing superstar Céline Dion revealed that she and husband René Angelil were originally expecting triplets. Dion used in vitro fertilization to conceive, but early in the pregnancy, doctors noticed the third heartbeat had stopped. “He chose to let go to give space to his brothers to grow," she told a French news outlet a few days before her delivery. Dion recently left the hospital in West Palm Beach, Florida with her new twins Eddy and Nelson, who were born October 23. The two boys are reportedly named after late songwriter Eddy Marnay, who helped Dion with her first album, and former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela.