Lisa Chamberlain, 25, is determined to go through with the pregnancy despite medical advice that she should terminate the pregnancy.
She was told she was expecting the extremely rare set of twins during a routine scan and insists they are a miracle after years of trying for a child.
‘Some people might look at me and say “You’re going to give birth to a freak” but I don’t care because I feel blessed,’ she said.
‘To me, my twins are a gift from God and we’re determined to give them their chance of life.’
The babies have already been named Layla and Kelsey because the majority of Siamese twins are girls.
The couple are taking comfort from the example of Americans Abigail and Brittany Hensel who were born with separate heads but one body 18 years ago.
The pair, who share organs below the navel, have stunned the world by living virtually normal lives.
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