Two sisters, who watched television, were speechless to the twins Carmen and Lupita (Photo: Channel 4).
The audience was stunned when they saw the Channel 4 documentary Two Sisters, a body on Channel 4 that tells the story of the twins Carmen and Lupit.
On Sunday evening the documentary presents the sisters who were bound in the stomach and had only three days of life when they were born in 2002.
Now, at the age of 18, Carmen and Lupita are coming of age and the viewers see how the girls – who say that if they break up, they will die in the operating theatre or spend the rest of their lives in intensive care – have adapted to living together while preparing to leave school.
From practicing the piano to the driving practice and their constant positivity, despite the need for constant medical care, the audience immediately began to become an inspiration for the girls.
Especially because they shared their experiences with Mexican immigrants to the United States – Carmen and Lupita have been living in Connecticut since they were two years old – and pointed out that it is more difficult to be alone than in a union.
Despite the difficulties they encountered, Carmen and Lupita seemed to laugh and make jokes about the documentary, and many praised the girls for their attitude.
So inspiring that they can’t see the impossible. You can see that I’m possible or that we’re possible. #twosisterson somebody
– Paul Hill (Paul Hill) 31. May 2020
A viewer tweeted: So inspiring that they can’t see the impossible. You can see that I’m possible or that we’re possible. #twosisterson somebody.
I agree, another fan commented: It’s a great story! Heart! !!! Inspiring!
One viewer described Carmen and Lupita as incredible people, while the other seemed equally impressed by the humour of the girls they tweeted: These girls look nice.
It’s harder to be a Mexican immigrant in America than to be tied up like twins. #twosisterson somebody
– Pereveen Akhtar (@Pereveen Akhtar) 31. May 2020.
It’s killing me… …they’re the most beautiful girls I’ve ever seen… …when they get angry… …when I’m in pieces… # Two sisters, one body #
– Alice (@Alisonmcneill) 31. May 2020
They literally said it’s worse to be a Mexican immigrant to America than to be tied up and exposed to the rarest medical complications and setbacks known to man.
– Nafa (@nafe_) 31. May 2020
Others have been affected by the family experiences of Mexican immigrants in the United States and fear that they will be deported despite the medical complications for the girls.
They literally said that a Mexican immigrant in America is worse than being tied up and exposed to the rarest medical complications and known setbacks, tweeted a viewer.
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Carmen and Lupita are the Omphalopagus twins, which are connected from the chest to the pelvis. Each of them has two hands, but only one leg means that Carmen controls the right leg and Lupita controls the left leg.
Girls have their heart, lungs and stomach, but they also have other organs, including the liver and the reproductive and digestive systems.
Two sisters, one body is available for inspection to catch up with the four.
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