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Siamese twins Abby and Brittany Hensel defend themselves against “hate” after their wedding

Reality TV stars Abby and Brittany Hensel, whose two heads are connected to one torso, have railed against “haters” after announcing their wedding in 2021.

Abby announced this week that she married U.S. Army veteran Josh Bowling three years ago by posting a TikTok video and sharing a new Facebook profile photo.

The 34-year-old twins are known in America for their appearances on the Oprah Winfrey Show as children in 1996 and have since had their own reality show on the US channel TLC.

Each of these two animals has a heart, lungs and spinal cord, but can eat and write separately or simultaneously. They can ride bicycles and cars and perform most activities together.

They were also born with a partially developed third arm, which was removed at age 12. They also underwent surgery to correct the curvature of their spine and improve their breathing.

At the 2021 ceremony, the twins wore a sleeveless wedding dress with lace trim and the groom wore a gray suit.

The couple now works as fifth-grade teachers and lives in their home state of Minnesota.

After the wedding was announced last week, the couple said they had been attacked.

In response, they released a video that initially showed historical models depicting two-headed figures.

“The internet is especially LOUD today,” was the message in a TikTok video.

“We have always been there.”

A second video showed a snapshot from the wedding. A voiceover said: “This is for all the haters out there.

“If you don’t like what I do, but you watch everything I do, you’re still a fan.” None of the posts elaborate on the messages or alleged abuse they received. The Facebook photo gives little else away.

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