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Meet The Black And White Biological Twins, Different But The Same | Learn Their Story

When Amanda Wenkins and Michael Biggs fell in love they didn't care about what people would think about their interracial relationship.

Back in 2006 July the 3rd Amanda gave birth to Fraternal twin girls and the happy couple decided to give their lovely twin daughters intertwined name

The one twin was called Millie Marcia Madge Biggs and the other Marcia Millie Madge Biggs.

At the young age the twin girls had similar feature same skin color but very different color schemes.

Marcia had light brown hair and Millie had black hair. It's only months later that their colour began to change, Marcia being white like her mother and Millie black like her father who is Jamaican.

The parents never worried about this and instead accepted it.

Amanda recalls how people would always ask if they are really twins when she would push them with a pram when going out.

She would quickly respond to them with a big yes and it's genes.

The mother calls them "one in a million" miracle and indeed they are, it's quite rear but not unusual for biracial couples to give birth to biracial twins.

The twins describe how people always think that they are just best friend, they always have to show their birth certificates in order to prove that they are twins.


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Amanda Amanda Wenkins Marcia Michael Biggs Millie Marcia Madge Biggs


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