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Conjoined Hensel twins answer to one of their most asked questions as Abby gets married

Conjoined Hensel twins answer to one of their most asked questions as Abby gets married

Abby Hensel married husband Josh Bowling after rising to fame with her sister in 1996

Conjoined twins Abby and Brittany Hensel shared a confident stance on one of their most-asked questions before Abby tied the knot with her husband.

After years of sharing everything with her sister, Abby had her big day with her now-husband Josh Bowling in a ceremony they kept out of the public eye.

Abby and Brittany first entered the spotlight together on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 1996, and they went on to star in 2012 in the TLC series Abby and Brittany, which documented their lives as conjoined twins.

More than a decade on, Josh and Abby decided to keep their marriage quiet as they tied the knot in 2021. However, they've recently shared new pictures from the big day in a post on TikTok.

The images were accompanied by Taylor Swift's song 'But Daddy I Love Him', and featured images of Abby and Brittany together in a wedding dress stood alongside Josh, who is a United States Army veteran.

"Forever," the caption said alongside the video, which prompted a number of comments from viewers.

Many people congratulated the happy couple on their nuptials, with one viewer writing: "Congratulations to the happy couple! I hope you live a happy, healthy life!"

However, other viewers were left with questions about some of the logistics of the relationship, for example whether the marriage could cause issue if Brittany wanted to get married in the future.

The twins are used to fielding questions about their lives, including whether they could one day welcome children into the world.

Abby and Josh married in 2021. (TikTok//@abbyandbrittanyhensel)
Abby and Josh married in 2021. (TikTok//@abbyandbrittanyhensel)

The twins' mother, Patty, has previously made clear that 'those organs do work for them', meaning carrying a child isn't necessarily out of the question.

Both Abby and Brittany have made clear that it's something they're interested in, too.

"Yeah, we're going to be moms," Brittany said during a conversation when the twins were teenagers.

She continued: "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."

Abby and Brittany are fused at the torso, and share the same organs below the waist as well as the same bloodstream.

However, they have separate heads, and Brittany is in control of their left arm and leg, while Abby controls the right.

The twins now work as teachers and live with Josh in Minnesota, where the two sisters were born and raised.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/abbyandbrittanyhensel

Topics: TLC, Taylor Swift, TikTok, US News, Life, Parenting