Brittany and Abby Hensel are Siamese twins who have been exposed to the public life since childhood because they are girls who have survived the fact that they have to share the same body and several of their organs. Here we will tell you a little bit more about their interesting stories. They are two different thinking human beings, with different personalities, because they have different heads. Doctors warned parents that they might not survive not even 24 hours. These girls are twins who share a body, but they have their separate vital organs.
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Anyone with a sibling will know the feeling that, as kids, you did everything together. Wearing the same clothes, playing the same sports, going to school together But imagine a world in which you were forced to do that all the time, long after you were too old to be wearing matching outfits. That's the world that Brittany and Abby Hensel, a pair of conjoined twins from Minnesota in the United States inhabit.
By Daily Mail Reporter. Reality TV stars are often criticised for becoming famous as a result of being distinctly ordinary. The first amazing thing conjoined twins Abigail and Brittany Hensel did was to survive after doctors told their parents they wouldn't last more than a few hours after being born. Now years-old the twins have not only proved doctors wrong they have astonished them with their development into darling children, typical teenagers and, lately, beautiful young adults. Their new reality show Abby and Brittany chronicles the next part of their journey as the girls take the leap from students to young professionals via a summer travelling through Europe with their friends. Scroll down for videos. TLC's Abby and Brittany show charts the next chapter of the twins life as they graduate from college and travel across Europe with their friends. Astonishing development: The year-olds, who share one body, have amazed doctors who thought they wouldn't survive the night as newborns. The girls are shown graduating from Bethel University in Minnesota in the first episode of the show. In the first episode of the show the twins, who share one body fused at the torso, are shown celebrating their 22nd birthday, graduating from Bethel University in Minnesota and getting ready for job interviews.
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