- Marcia and Millie Biggs are adorable biracial twin sisters living in Birmingham, England, mistaken by strangers to be best friends
- The duo has different complexions; Marcia is pale skin and blonde hair, while Millie is slightly taller, with darker skin and jet black hair
- The pair also has unmatched preferences as Marcia prefers the colour blue while Millie is the princess who loves pink
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Twin sisters Marcia and Millie Biggs in Birmingham, England, are like any other biracial twins mistaken by strangers as best friends because of their complexions.
Marcia, who took after her mom's pale skin, has big blue eyes and blonde hair, while her fraternal twin sister Millie is slightly taller, with darker skin like her father with brown eyes and hair just like Marcia's, only jet black.
In an interview with Good Morning America, Marcia said sometimes people don't believe they are twins. "They think we're just telling a lie."
The twins looked identical when they were born, but their parents, Amanda and Michael Biggs noticed a change in their daughters' complexions when they clocked 10 months old.
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ABC News reports that Fraternal twins, or non-identical twins, are the result of the mother releasing two eggs at the same time, both of which are fertilized by two different sperm.
As a result, the embryos share 50 percent of the same DNA, making them no more alike than any other sibling.
Marcia and Millie are not just twins with different complexions - the duo has unmatched preferences.
Marcia is a bit of a tomboy who loves gymnastics and prefers the colour blue, while Millie is the princess; she loves pink and all things bling.
Meet the Biracial Twin Sisters with Rare Black and White Skin Colours
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Lucy and Maria Aylmer were born in 1997 to their half-Jamaican mother, Donna, and their white father, Vince. The biracial twin sisters have different complexions.
From Gloucester in the UK, Lucy and Maria Aylmer have grown accustomed to being mistaken for being just friends, Barcroft Media reports.
Similar to most parents, their mother was shocked when she saw her twin girls for the first time. Lucy confirmed that her mother had no idea that they were so different.
Meet 87-Year-Old Comfort and Grace Nyarkoa the Oldest Ghanaian Twins Alive in Akwamufie
Also, Comfort Akosua Nyarkoa and Grace Akosua Nyarkoa are said to be the oldest twins alive in Akwamufie in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Akwamufie is the state and seat capital of the Akwamu state or kingdom where the Paramount Chief, Odeneho Kwafo-Akoto III, and Queen Nana Afrakoma II reside and administer their operations, said Wikipedia.
Despite their age, the duo, 87, can eat anything and engage in other activities without help.
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