Why internet is excited about one Josh Bowling's wedding in 2021? Because he married conjoined twin Abby Hensel.

Abby and Brittany Hensel confirmed the development over social media on March 29

Josh Bowling's wedding image with conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel Josh Bowling's wedding image with conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel | Twitter

Abby Hensel and Brittany Hensel were largely unknown until 1996. The conjoined twins shot to fame that year after appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Later, they went on to be featured on the Life Magazine's cover and starred in a TLC documentary aged 16.

The conjoined twins, 34, with two heads, two hearts and two sets of lungs were in the news yet again after US media reports revealed that Abby got married in 2021. Her life partner was identified as Josh Bowling, a nurse and army veteran.

Images of the private ceremony showed Abby and Brittany donning a lace-trimmed sleeveless wedding dress, posing alongside Josh, who wore a grey suit.

On March 29, Friday, the twins confirmed the development by addressing their "haters" via TikTok. “This is a message to all the haters out there. If you don’t like what I do, but watch everything I’m doing, you’re still a fan,” a voiceover that was used in the post reportedly said.

The Hensels have also changed their Facebook profile photo to one of the wedding clicks, reports said.

Abby Hensel and Brittany Hensel are "dicephalic parapagus" (fused side-by-side with two heads). The school teachers, who didn't let the condition restrict them to the four walls of their Minessotta residence, have two hearts, two oesophagi, two stomachs and three kidneys. Each twin reportedly controls their respective side of the body. Below the waist, they share all organs including the reproductive system. They were born with a third arm which was removed when they were 12.

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