The conjoined twin, Abby Hensel, 34, from TLC’s reality TV show, Abby & Brittany, tied the knot with Josh Bowling, a nurse and United States Army veteran, in 2021, according to public records obtained by Today.

Photographs from the wedding were shared on social media. The couple live in Minnesota, where the Hensel twins have lived their entire lives.

According to the outlet, the twins teach fifth grade together. They both graduated from college with degrees in education after their reality show ended in 2012.

According to multiple reports, the Hensels are dicephalic conjoined twins, a rare form of partial twinning with two heads side by side on one torso. They share a bloodstream and all organs below the waist. Abby controls their right arm and leg, while Brittany controls the left.

In a 2003 documentary, “Joined for Life,” Patty Hensel, the twins’ mother, revealed that both of her daughters were interested in having children.

“That is probably something that could work because those organs do work for them,” Patty said.

Following their Oprah appearance, the twins’ lives were documented on the TLC reality series “Abby & Brittany,” which followed them as they prepared to graduate from Minnesota’s Bethel College and later traveled to Europe.

“People have been curious about us since we were born for obvious reasons,” the twins said. “But our parents never let us use that as an excuse. We were raised to believe we could do anything we wanted to do.”

After the twins were born, doctors presented the possibility of separating them. In a 2001 interview with TIME Magazine, their parents, Patty and Mike, were against the surgery after being told there was little chance that both could survive the procedure.

“How could you pick between the two?” Mike said.

In that same interview, Mike spoke of the possibility of marriage for Abby and Brittany one day.

“They’re good-looking girls. They’re witty. They’ve got everything going for them, except they’re together,” Mike said.