The Extraordinary Babies: The Twins, Born Holding Hands, Are Still Inseparable

A few years ago, two wonders named Jillian and Jenna Thistlewhaite came into the world holding hands. The sisters are renowned worldwide. They have already grown up and remain very close and dear to each other.

The Extraordinary Babies: The Twins, Born Holding Hands, Are Still Inseparable

The children’s mother, Sarah, was already experiencing an exceptional pregnancy called monochorionic.

It is the most unique and risky form of twinning, as the babies are in the same amniotic sac, within the same placenta.

The Extraordinary Babies: The Twins, Born Holding Hands, Are Still Inseparable

These miracles were born forty-five seconds apart, and as soon as they approached each other, they immediately held hands. Everyone present was amazed.

The Extraordinary Babies: The Twins, Born Holding Hands, Are Still Inseparable

Sarah recalls: “When I saw that scene, I was very moved, and my husband couldn’t hold back his emotions. The hospital staff was also touched.”

The Extraordinary Babies: The Twins, Born Holding Hands, Are Still Inseparable

“There is a unique bond between the girls. They are always inseparable; they are always together, hand in hand. If you try to separate them or do something with each of them individually, they start to cry. The girls cannot live without each other,” confides the twins’ mother.

The Extraordinary Babies: The Twins, Born Holding Hands, Are Still Inseparable

Since the girls look very much alike, everyone, except Jackson, confuses them, including the parents.

Now, the sisters are already seven years old. They are friendly and always devoted.

The Extraordinary Babies: The Twins, Born Holding Hands, Are Still Inseparable

Very often, the twins act very similarly, so their mother compares them to two peas in a pod.

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The Extraordinary Babies: The Twins, Born Holding Hands, Are Still Inseparable
A few weeks after giving birth, the mother’s belly starts to grow, and she realizes she is carrying two children