It may be the most interesting marriage in the world! Conjoined twins got married! Bodies below the waist are common!

Conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel got married to a US veteran. Images from the wedding of 34-year-old Abby, one of the twins, held three years ago, attracted attention on social media.

Conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel attracted great attention when they first appeared on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” in 1996. However, the sisters reached an important milestone in their lives: Abby is now married.


Abby, a teacher, and Josh Bowling, a U.S. Army veteran, married in 2021, according to public records.

The sisters shared photos of the wedding on social media. The couple lives in Minnesota, where the Hensel family was born and raised.


Abby and Brittany are “dicephalus conjoined twins” and share the same blood flow and all organs below the waist.

Abby controls her right arm and leg, Brittany controls her left.

When Abby and Brittany were born in 1990, their parents, Patty and Mike Hensel, opposed separation surgery, thinking it was too risky.

At the time, doctors said there was little chance either of them would survive the surgery.

70 percent of conjoined twins are girls

About 70 percent of conjoined twins are girls, and most are stillborn, according to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

In the 2003 documentary “Joined for Life,” Patty Hensel said her daughters wanted to have children one day.

Now that Abby is married, all conditions are in place for the couple who want to have children.

“This is something that could possibly happen because these organs are working,” Patty said.


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