Twin Sisters Who Were Separated At Birth Reunite Live For The First Time On 'GMA!'


When you hear stories of twins being separated at birth, you usually think that only happens in teleseryes and movies. But as it turns out, reality is stranger than fiction and Chinese twins Audrey and Gracie are here to prove it.  

According to Yahoo! News, on an American morning show called "Good Morning America" or GMA, ten-year-old twins Audrey Doering and Gracie Rainsberry were reunited live for the first time after they were separated at birth. 

Twin Sisters Who Were Separated At Birth Reunite Live For The First Time On 'GMA!'

They were each adopted by different American parents, with Audrey growing up in Wisconsin while Gracie stayed in Washington State. The twins immediately embraced each other and had tears flowing down their faces when they were finally brought back together. 

According to Audrey's interview with ABC News, she had been asking for a sister from her parents as a Christmas gift and she didn't really expect to meet her identical twin, who she didn't knew existed until their fateful reunion. 


Twin Sisters Who Were Separated At Birth Reunite Live For The First Time On 'GMA!'

After their reunion, Gracie said "It's very overwhelming." Her twin, Audrey, said that "It felt like there was somebody missing. Now it's complete." 

Audrey initially thought her parents were playing a joke on her. Gracie, meanwhile, mentioned that she and her twin have a lot in common, citing their love for chicken Alfredo and mac and cheese.

Apart from their shared love for the same food, they also realized that both of them have heart conditions – Gracie underwent two heart surgeries when she arrived in America while Audrey underwent one, according to their respective families. 
Source: Yahoo, TNP

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