They were born holding hands. This сconnection will never be broken
Two years ago, the monoamniotic twins were born holding hands, and that amazing case left medical staff literally speechless. Now, the girls Jenna and Jillian Thistlethwaite are closer than ever and share so special bond that many siblings only dream about.
Sisters’ birth was 1 to 10,000 chance, and they shared the same amniotic sac within their mother’s womb. They were born 45 seconds apart, clasping their hands following delivery. Everyone in the delivery room was in awe.
Two years have passed, and girls grew up, learned to talk, walk and wear cute swim suits, yet their special connection hasn’t changed at all. Jenna and Jillian are still inseparable and get really upset when going apart.
In May 2014, monoamniotic twins Jenna and Jillian Thistlethwaite were born holding hands
Sisters’ birth was 1 to 10,000 chance, and they shared the same amniotic sac within their mother’s womb
They were born 45 seconds apart clasping their hands following delivery
“My heart just melted,” Thistlethwaite said
“Even my husband couldn’t hold on tears, not to mention nurses in the delivery room”
Now, two years have passed and not much has changed
Jenna and Jillian are inseparable