Monday, January 14, 2008

Twins separated at birth met and married.

Sounds like a headline from Weekly World News, but it's true.

A couple discovered after they had married that they were twins who had been split up at birth and adopted by separate families, according to a member of Britain's House of Lords.

Check it out here.


Ms Calabaza said...

Sometimes life imitates art. So, if they love each other will they separate now? How will this info affect their relationship, I wonder?

Daniel @ Garanhuns said...

I don't know where to start with this one. Love conquers all, true, but the fact remains they are brother and sister. This isn't like the other story, where the husband found his wife at the bordello, I guess conversation and therapy might save that marriage, but this is different. There is always the problem of having children among relatives, and if you want to go to an extreme, consider if it was a same sex couple who found out they were related?

Ms Calabaza said...


if they were the same sex then no problems about children . . . too weird for me.

Daniel @ Garanhuns said...

"if they were the same sex then no problems about children"

You got a point there!!