Conjoined twin Abby Hensel gets married with US veteran

The conjoined twin sisters gained fame after appearing on Oprah Winfrey’s talk show in 1996 and later starred in their reality show, “Abby and Brittany,” which showcased their lives as conjoined siblings, according to a US media report.

The show followed their adventures as they traveled to Europe and even rode a moped. After one season, the twins graduated from college with degrees in education.

They now both work as fifth-grade teachers in Minnesota, where they were born and raised.

Public records reveal that one of the sisters, Abby, tied the knot with Josh Bowling in 2021.

The sisters shared photos from the wedding on social media, including a profile picture of them in a wedding dress with Bowling by their side.

The Hensel twins were born as dicephalous conjoined twins in 1990, sharing a bloodstream and all organs below the waist. Abby controls the right side of their body, while Brittany controls the left.

Their parents opted against separation surgery after doctors advised it was risky and had a low chance of success. Abby’s husband, Bowling, frequently shares pictures of their ice cream outings and travels on social media.

He is a nurse and US Army veteran.

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