Posted: 5:24 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7, 2014
By Teddie McCormick
Talk about doubling your fun! Twins Samantha and Anais were brought up separately after being put up for adoption seventeen years ago, but they both always thought something was missing. Even so, they never suspected that they would find their long-lost twin via YouTube.
The Mirror reports that Anais, a fashion student living in London, was sent a video from a friend featuring a girl who looked exactly like her. This turned out to be Samantha, and once she Anais investigated further, she realized there were too many coincidences between the two of them.
Once the sisters got to know each other a bit, they decided to become Facebook friends. Samantha says that after seeing her sister’s face on her profile photo, she was “shocked” to see what looked like her own face staring back at her. The twins quickly got to know each other via Skype.
In May 2013, the sisters met for the first time in London and were able to spend ten days with each other. They’ve now starting a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to share their incredible story.Source:Mirror