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Long Lost Twin Reunited At University And People Think It’s A Real-Life Parent Trap Situation!

Long Lost Twin Reunited At University And People Think It’s A Real-Life Parent Trap Situation!

The unusual resemblance between the two initiated a lot of theories from TikTok users. They compared Harriet’s situation to The Parent Trap, a 1998 film starring Lindsay Lohan in which two twins, separated at birth by their divorced parents, attend the same summer camp.

A girl thinks that she might have found her twin at her university!
 
As a part of a challenge to tell something about oneself that sounds fake but is 100% true, Amy Harriet, TikTok user made an unbelievable revelation!
 
In a video, Harriet said, ‘I think I met my long lost twin at university and she’s my flat mate.’ The video has now been watched more than 1 million times.
In the video, Harriet showed many pictures of herself and her flat mate, asking her viewers, ‘This is us, why do we look the same?’
The resemblance in both the girls is uncanny.

To add to the mystery, Harriet said: ‘The weirdest part is, our birthdays are a day apart’.

Uncanny Resemblance

 

The unusual resemblance between the two initiated a lot of theories from TikTok users. They compared Harriet’s situation to The Parent Trap, a 1998 film starring Lindsay Lohan in which two twins, separated at birth by their divorced parents, attend the same summer camp.

‘What is this, The Parent Trap?,’ one person wrote on Harriet’s video.
In a nod to the film, another joked: ‘Does her dad make wine and your mum design wedding dresses?’

Parent Trap

 

One person, who said they had twins themselves who were born on different days yet only minutes apart, suggested it might be possible that Harriet was born at around 11.59pm and her twin at 12.01am of the next day.

‘Imagine how we both reacted when we both moved into our flat the same day and met for the first time,’ Harriet said in the comments.
the pair have not yet taken a DNA test, and the mystery remains unsolved for now.

This isn’t new that people have found their lost twins.

In October 2020, The South China Morning Post reported that two women from Indonesia discovered they were twins thanks to TikTok.

Trena Mustika stumbled upon a video posted by her sister, Treni Fitri Yana, on the social media app and was taken aback by how similar they looked.

 

Twins reunited!


As per reports, their mother’s sisters had been twins who had both become ill and died soon after one another. When Trena and Treni developed cholera symptoms as babies, their parents decided to keep them apart from fear that fate would repeat itself.
 
‘Our parents must’ve had reasons why we were separated, there must’ve been a good and wise reasoning. No need to blame anyone,’ they told ABC News.
 
Article source: Unilad
Also read: Teen Saves Her 3-years-old Cousin, But Lost Her Life In A Sledding Ride By Hitting A Tree.

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