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Conjoined Twins Abby and Brittany Hensel Send a Strong Message to 'Haters' Amid Marriage News

Conjoined twins, Abby and Brittany Hensel

In 2003, the world was introduced to conjoined twins, Abby and Brittany Hensel, in the TV movie Joined for Life. They were also featured in a 2007 documentary, Extraordinary People: The Twins Who Share a Body. And in 2012, Abby and Brittany starred in an eight-episode TLC series, Abby & Brittany, which followed the sisters during their final semester of college.

Recently, news broke that Abby married an Army veteran, Josh Bowling, in 2021—and the world had some thoughts about it. Folks online mostly wondered about the logistics of being married to someone physically connected to her sister. But unfortunately, the commentary quickly became mocking and disrespectful.

Now, Abby and Brittany have sent a strong message to their haters.

See a video of Abby's first dance with Bowling here.

On Friday, March 29, the sisters posted a TikTok video seemingly addressing the attention Abby's marriage has attracted. “The internet is extra LOUD today,” they wrote. “We have always been around."

The video featured photos of historical art and sculptures of conjoined twins set to the song "Real Love Baby" by Father John Misty.

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In the comments, Abby and Brittany's TikTok followers expressed their support for the sisters. One person wrote, "As long as yall happy, nothing else matters!🦋."

Someone else commented, "I feel like I grew up with you guys! I'm 34 and watched you years ago and was obsessed! Much love.❤️ I'm glad to see you both so happy."

Yet another TikTok user wondered, "I don't know why people are hating😭."

Meanwhile, someone else wrote, "I would SO LOVE to see more of your lives! I remember being so incredibly blown away by your show!"

We'd have to agree!

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