Conjoined twins Abby and Brittany are sending a message to trolls after sharing new wedding details

Conjoined twins Abby and Brittany are sending a message to trolls after sharing new wedding details

Abby married Army veteran Josh Bowling in 2021

In 2021, conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel reached a major milestone when Abby married Army veteran Josh Bowling.

Now, as reality shines As they share images from the special day, they have issued a warning to their haters.

Abby and Brittany, 34, are dicephalic conjoined twins. They have two heads side by side on one torso and share a bloodstream and all organs below the waist.

Brittany controls the left arm and left side of the body, while Abby controls the right side.

They first appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 1996 and went on to star in their own TLC reality show Abby and Brittany in 2012.

Conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel have shared details about Abby's 2021 wedding to Josh Bowling (TLC)

Conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel have shared details about Abby’s 2021 wedding to Josh Bowling (TLC)

In March, it was revealed that Abby had married Army veteran Josh Bowling in 2021 in Delano, Minnesota. Today obtained their marriage certificate.

The sisters have since started sharing images of the couple’s wedding on social media.

On Thursday (June 13), they shared a clip of the first dance with their 299,000 followers on TikTok.

In the footage, set to the soundtrack of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep,” Abby and Brittany can be seen with their arms around Bowling’s neck as they sway back and forth.

The couple married in 2021 in Delano, Minnesota (Facebook/Britt and Abby)

The couple married in 2021 in Delano, Minnesota (Facebook/Britt and Abby)

Fellow TikTokers were quick to congratulate the couple, with one writing in the comments: “I’m happy for her. I’ve been watching them since (they) were babies.”

And another said: “I wish them years of happiness.”

But after a barrage of hate when the marriage was first announced, the twins warned potential trolls in a separate video.

Alongside a montage of photos from the wedding, they wrote: “We know you think you know us #sisterhoodgoals #abbyandbrittanyhensel #happy.”

When news of Abby and Josh’s wedding was first made public, everyone was wondering the same thing.

People took to Reddit to question the legal side of the marriage, with one user asking: “How does this work legally? Because it’s two people married to one man, who is on the marriage license?”

And another asked: “What if they fight? What if one woman wants a divorce and the other doesn’t?”

However, a lawyer has since clarified: “One of the twins will be the legal spouse as far as the state is concerned. So it is theoretically possible that the other twin could one day decide to marry another person.

“But given the way they’ve had to harmonize their entire lives, I imagine they would find it easier to be married to just one person,” they explained.

Featured image credits: Heidi Bowling/Facebook/Joshua Bowling/Facebook

Topics: American news, TikTok