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Breaking News:A post on Tiktok shares a series of pictures of Taylor, surprisingly she attended the wedding of Conjoined Twins Abby and Brittany Hensel and sang for them the song “But Daddy I Love Him” ​​from the new album



The former TLC reality stars, 34, shared several posts on TikTok earlier this month, including a compilation that featured sweet snaps from Abby’s wedding to nurse and United States Army veteran Josh Bowling in 2021.

The May 4 clip — which was soundtracked by Swift’s song “But Daddy I Love Him” from her new album The Tortured Poets Department — began with a shot of Abby and Brittany with Bowling and a young flower girl.

The twins sported wide smiles as they wore a wedding dress while standing next to a grinning Bowling, who wore a gray suit. Their flower girl, meanwhile, donned a cream lace and taffeta dress while holding a bouquet of flowers.

A next photo showed Abby and Brittany posing with Bowling in front of a display of foliage and candles.

Two follow-up photos in the TikTok clip showed the trio happily posing together again.

“#Forever” the twins captioned the video.

Although Abby and Bowling’s marriage took place in 2021, it didn’t become public knowledge until March 2024, when Today reported news of the nuptials, citing records obtained.

Abby and Brittany also shared two other TikTok clips the same day, one of which featured a series of shots of the twins out and about with a male voiceover saying, “To everyone who watches my life and gossips about it, don’t give up. Season two is about to come out.”

One other video showed the two sisters walking through a store while wearing denim shorts, a red and white striped T-shirt and black heels as Swift’s song “The Tortured Poets Department,” also from her new record, could be heard.

As dicephalic conjoined twins, Abby and Brittany share the same organs below the waist and the same bloodstream. Brittany is in control of their left arm and leg, while Abby controls the right.

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