Years after these Siamese twins were born, they shared shocking news


Siamese twins

Wow! Who would’ve thought?

Siamese twins Abby and Brittany Hensel became worldwide news after being born in 1990. It’s not often you hear about healthy Siamese twins being born. But 22 years later, the twins make an announcement that shocks the world.

Check out below to see what the twins are doing.

Back in the limelight

After their birth, the Siamese twins constantly surprised everyone. Because the two are stuck together, they did everything in their own unique way. From daily tasks to other successes. Over two decades after their birth, this shocking news put them back in the spotlight.

Rare way

Abby and Brittany Hensel were born on March 7th, 1990 in Carver County, Minnesota. When the sisters were born, the doctors discovered that they were attached in an unbelievably rare way. They’re known as dicephalic paragabus twins which means they share one body.


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