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SNYDE Exclusive: Abby Hensel, TLC's Former Conjoined Twin Star, Finds Love with Army Veteran

SNYDE Exclusive: Abby Hensel, TLC's Former Conjoined Twin Star, Finds Love with Army Veteran

SNYDE | Conjoined Twin, Former TLC Star Abby Hensel Now Married to Army Veteran

Unveiling an Exclusive Audio

Abby and Brittany Hensel, the inseparable conjoined twins who captivated audiences with their TLC reality series, are now sharing a remarkable secret — Abby has been happily married for over two years. At 34, Abby took her vows with Josh Bowling, a dedicated U.S. Army veteran turned nurse, in a discreet ceremony held in November 2021. Despite the recent surfacing of this news, glimpses from the wedding have been quietly adorning the twins’ TikTok account for nearly a year. Candid snapshots and heartwarming videos, including a charming moment of Bowling twirling the twins on the dance floor, have also graced his mother’s Facebook since that memorable day.

Abby and Brittany, known as dicephalus conjoined twins, share a bloodstream and lower body organs, and have expressed their desire for motherhood in the past. Reflecting on their aspirations in the 2003 documentary "Joined for Life," Brittany shared, “Yeah, we’re going to be moms. We haven’t thought about how being moms is going to work yet. But we’re just 16 — we don’t need to think about that right now.” Presently, Abby embraces her role as a stepmother to Bowling’s 8-year-old daughter, Isabella Rose, from a previous relationship. While the twins remain physically united, any prospective biological children would be shared between them, though Bowling is legally wedded solely to Abby.

The revelation of their marriage has stirred curiosity among fans and observers regarding Brittany’s role in the arrangement, yet no official statement has been issued by any involved party. The Bowlings have reportedly settled in Minnesota, the twins’ birthplace and current residence, where they dedicate themselves to teaching fifth grade, as per TODAY. Abby and Brittany’s journey to fame began with an appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 1996, followed by a feature on the cover of Life magazine the same year. Subsequently, they starred in various television documentaries before landing their own TLC series, "Abby & Brittany," which aired for a single season before concluding in 2012.

SNYDE | Conjoined Twin, Former TLC Star Abby Hensel Now Married to Army Veteran

Unveiling an Exclusive Audio

Abby and Brittany Hensel, the inseparable conjoined twins who captivated audiences with their TLC reality series, are now sharing a remarkable secret — Abby has been happily married for over two years. At 34, Abby took her vows with Josh Bowling, a dedicated U.S. Army veteran turned nurse, in a discreet ceremony held in November 2021. Despite the recent surfacing of this news, glimpses from the wedding have been quietly adorning the twins’ TikTok account for nearly a year. Candid snapshots and heartwarming videos, including a charming moment of Bowling twirling the twins on the dance floor, have also graced his mother’s Facebook since that memorable day.

Abby and Brittany, known as dicephalus conjoined twins, share a bloodstream and lower body organs, and have expressed their desire for motherhood in the past. Reflecting on their aspirations in the 2003 documentary "Joined for Life," Brittany shared, “Yeah, we’re going to be moms. We haven’t thought about how being moms is going to work yet. But we’re just 16 — we don’t need to think about that right now.” Presently, Abby embraces her role as a stepmother to Bowling’s 8-year-old daughter, Isabella Rose, from a previous relationship. While the twins remain physically united, any prospective biological children would be shared between them, though Bowling is legally wedded solely to Abby.

The revelation of their marriage has stirred curiosity among fans and observers regarding Brittany’s role in the arrangement, yet no official statement has been issued by any involved party. The Bowlings have reportedly settled in Minnesota, the twins’ birthplace and current residence, where they dedicate themselves to teaching fifth grade, as per TODAY. Abby and Brittany’s journey to fame began with an appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 1996, followed by a feature on the cover of Life magazine the same year. Subsequently, they starred in various television documentaries before landing their own TLC series, "Abby & Brittany," which aired for a single season before concluding in 2012.

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