Abby Hensel, Conjoined Twin, Marries Boyfriend, Prompting Questions About Sister’s Role

Abby and Brittany Hensel, the famous conjoined twins who gained popularity through appearances on “Oprah” and their own TLC reality show, have reached a significant milestone in their lives. They have recently welcomed a spouse into their unique and unconventional home.

According to TODAY, public records reveal that Abby tied the knot with army veteran Josh Bowling in Minnesota in 2021.

Abby and Brittany, who are dicephalus conjoined twins, have recently tied the knot, sparking numerous inquiries about how they manage their lives together, particularly with Brittany’s role at home.

Fans have long speculated about the nature of the relationship between Josh and the twins. However, a video has surfaced showing Josh dancing affectionately with the twins at their wedding. Interestingly, he only kisses Abby, which has raised further questions about their dynamic.

Abby and Brittany were born in 1990, and their parents, Patty and Mike, made the brave decision not to separate them due to the significant risks involved in surgery. It is worth mentioning that the twins also share a bloodstream, making it highly unlikely for both girls to have survived the procedure.

The twins are currently working as teachers in their home state. In the 2003 documentary “Joined for Life,” they expressed their desire to have children.

Patty expressed, “That could potentially be a viable solution since those organs already function effectively for them.”

Abby has already taken on the role of a stepmom, as Josh has a daughter from a previous relationship.

Abby, Brittany, and Josh appear to be quite content based on the numerous photos they have shared on social media. It is evident that they are a happy couple, and I would like to extend my congratulations to them, as well as to Brittany for being a part of their joyous union.

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