Siamese twins Abby and Brittany Hensel react to news of Abby’s marriage


Posted: 10:39 am PDT, March 30, 2024

Abby and Brittany Hensel have heard all the noise Abby’s marriage has created and it’s deafening.

The conjoined twins known for their TLC program Abby and Brittany took to TikTok on Friday and seemingly reacted to recent headlines about Abby’s marriage to Josh Bowling, a nurse and United States Army veteran. They tied the knot in 2021, but the revelation was made recently, after Today obtained marriage records.


“The Internet is very NOISE today,” the twins wrote in a video title. “We have always been present.”

The caption also included the hashtags “#abbyandbrittanyhensel #happy #love #lovestory #marriage.”

In a follow up postthe twins spliced ​​scenes of Monsters Inc. (when Sulley looks surprised and scared) along with footage of Abby’s wedding day and other outings. The title of that post? Two emojis with rolling eyes.

Then, in a third post, the twins are seen posing next to Josh as text appears on the video with a voiceover saying ominously: “This is a message to all the haters. If you don’t like what I do but look at everything”. “I’m doing it, you’re still a fan.”

The sisters first gained notoriety during a 1996 appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show where they informed the world about their lives as conjoined dicephalus twins. For Abby and Brittany, all organs and bloodstream are shared. While Abby has control of the right arm and leg, her sister has control of the left.

After their meeting with Oprah in 1996, the twins documented their lives on their reality television series, Abby and Brittanywhich lasted one season in 2012. Since then, they have lived a quiet life after graduating from Bethel University.

In addition to the marriage registration confirmation, Abby and Brittany’s joint Facebook account recently updated their profile photo to show a photo of the conjoined twins in a wedding dress in front of Abby’s husband. In the photo, Josh is seen from behind wearing a gray suit and holding Abby’s hand.

Abby and Brittny now live in their home state of Minnesota, where they work as fifth grade teachers.


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