Conjoined Twins Abby and Brittany Hensel are seen for the first time since their wedding news

Abby and Brittany, who were born in 1990, are identical except for their two heads, two hearts, and two sets of lungs.

The twins can drive because each of them has control over one-half of their body, and they both hold degrees in education from universities.

The girls are fused side by side with two heads, a condition known as dicephalic parapagus.

They had surgery to correct the curvature of their spine and improve their breathing when they were 12 years old, after which their partially formed third arm was removed.

Twins Abby and Brittany Hensel are America’s most famous conjoined twins after appearing in their reality show on the network TLC.

Their mother, Patty, and her husband, Mike Hensel, were told Abby and Brittany were inseparable as babies.

The girls’ parents decided to keep them conjoined because they could live a complete and healthy life together, even though Patty acknowledged that separation might have been an option as the girls grew older.

Conjoined twins Brittany and Abby Hensel emerged.

The former TLC stars went to a nearby restaurant, Centro Highland, for lunch with friends. They wore a mint-green top and ripped jeans.

While leaving the Mexican eatery, Abby and Brittany—who are anatomically joined from the belly button down—were spotted chatting on the phone with the device placed between their heads.

At one point, the 34-year-old sisters showed the phone to their pal, with Abby flashing her wedding ring from husband Josh Bowling.

As you can see, the ring is on Abby’s side of their body (the right side) as opposed to Brittany’s (the left side). Their left ring finger is bare, which makes sense.

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Whatever happened to Abby and Brittany Hensel?

A&B are going about their lives, demonstrating that they are no different from any other laid-back small-town gals, even in the face of their enormous celebrity from appearances on “Oprah” and their TLC reality series.

The siblings are back in the public eye after Abby’s 2021 wedding became public knowledge, coinciding with the sighting.

The twins have been leading a more sedate life recently, preferring to keep their achievements off social media, even though they have been the focus of numerous documentaries in the past, including their 2012 series Abby & Brittany.

The internet is very noisy right now. We have existed forever.”

And the next day, Abby and Brittany added in another video, “If you do not like what I do but watch everything I am doing, you are still a fan,” in case that was not enough to convey their point.

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