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Brittany explains: 'Abby does the pedals and the gear shifter. But she likes driving faster than me.' Which as their mother Patty, a registered nurse, concedes, could prove a problem.
'I don't know what would happen if they got pulled over for speeding.
When they eat they have separate plates one of them holds the fork and the other the knife to cut the food, and then take turns to put the meal in each other's mouth.The incredible bond which was so evident when they were children has strengthened year by year into one which neither twin ever wants to see broken.As Brittany says: 'We don't know any other way.' The Hensels are believed to be one of only four sets of dicephalus twins in history to survive infancy and, to mark their 16th birthday last year, the girls allowed the cameras into their fiercely guarded private world to share this milestone in their lives.The Hensel girls are the rarest form of conjoined twins, the result of a single fertilised egg which failed to separate properly in the womb.They have two spines (which join at the pelvis), two hearts, two oesophagi, two stomachs, three kidneys, two gall bladders, four lungs (two of which are joined), one liver, one ribcage, a shared circulatory system and partially shared nervous systems.