Abby And Brittany: Conjoined Twins Elated As One Of Them Weds Handsome Man In Beautiful Wedding

Abby And Brittany: Conjoined Twins Elated As One Of Them Weds Handsome Man In Beautiful Wedding

  • Popular conjoined twins Abby and Britanny, who once appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, were excited the former is now a married woman
  • Abby and Josh, a single father of one, got married in a sweet ceremony after keeping their relationship on the down low for a long time
  • After the marriage to the single father of one, both girls are hopeful about getting a baby with the handsome man

American conjoined twins Abby and Britanny Hensel are over the moon as the latter finally got married to a handsome nurse, identified as Josh Bowling.

Abby with her sisiter and husband and second frame shows the three dancing.
Abby pictured left with her husband Josh and sister Brittany (l), the three dancing (r). Photos: Mail Online.
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One of a few sets of dicephalous twins

The reality TV stars are one of only a few sets of dicephalus twins in history to survive infancy. They rose to fame 28 years ago after an interview with Oprah.

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Abby's relationship with Josh, a father-of-one, was hidden from the public as the twins had chosen to live a quiet life a quiet life.

'People have been curious about us since we were born, for obvious reasons; But our parents never let us use that as an excuse. We were raised to believe we could do anything we wanted to do," they said.

In 2001, the twins' father, Mike, said his daughters had asked about finding husbands one day.

A video thought to have been captured by one of their guests and shared on social media showed the twins and the groom enjoying a dance during the big day.

In another photo, Josh's daughter walked down the aisle, holding a sign that read: 'Daddy... Here Comes Your Bride'.

The pair share reproductive organs

Now, the two have their sights on having a baby with Josh. Although the pair can write, eat and complete tasks separately, they share all their organs, including the intestine, bladder and reproductive organs.

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That means although they can conceive a child in the conventional way, it's unclear who would legally be the child's mother.

Abby said: "Yeah, we are going to be moms one day, but we don't want to talk about how it's going to work yet."

Can conjoined twins have children? How Abbey and Britney could become only the second set in history to welcome a child

Conjoined twins are exceptionally rare, with less than one in 100,000 births. Female conjoined twins are even more rare, and in many cases, the twins don't survive infancy.

As such, there is only one case where pregnancy and delivery are successfully achieved by the conjoined twins themselves.

Abby and Britney paid separate fees but have one salary

In another story, conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel broke barriers as elementary school teachers.

The pair, who graduated from university a decade ago, overcame the challenges of their unique condition.

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Abby and Brittany, who share one body but have distinct heads, hearts, stomachs, spines, and lungs, defied the odds associated with their rare medical condition.

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