Reading Time: 2 minutes

Sisters Marcy and Millie Biggs were born together. They were identical, with all facial features being similar.

“One in the father, the second in the mother: the unique twins are already 13, what they have become.”

But over time, one of the children started to change: the color of her hair and skin darkened, and her eyes changed. The second child remained a fair-skinned blonde.

“One in the father, the second in the mother: the unique twins are already 13, what they have become.”

From the outside, it seems like these are completely unrelated girls. But in reality, the answer is simple: they were born to a mother and father of different nationalities. The children’s mother, Amanda, is English, and Michael, the father, is Jamaican.

“One in the father, the second in the mother: the unique twins are already 13, what they have become.”

When they got together, those around them were opposed to their union. However, they stayed together. Then there was a marriage, and two twins were born. The parents joke that one of the girls is like dad, and the other is like mom.

“One in the father, the second in the mother: the unique twins are already 13, what they have become.”

Their family gained fame thanks to a photo by a journalist. The photo of the girls was on the cover of the magazine with a small article inside.

“One in the father, the second in the mother: the unique twins are already 13, what they have become.”

Now the girls have grown up, go to school, and make friends with their peers.

It’s curious that, despite their external differences, they have very similar interests. Even the outfits they choose are often the same. But the girls have completely different personalities: the blonde Marcy is very mischievous, while Millie, on the contrary, is calm.

Geneticists consider such cases a unique rarity, but it is still possible in nature.

By admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *