Be fair warned this week’s story is an instant tear-jerker!
Earlier this week twin sisters Audrey Doering of Wisconsin and Gracie Rainsberry of Washington met for the very first time after being separated at birth when they were adopted from China. After doing some research about her daughter’s background, Jennifer Doering, Audrey’s mother, discovered a picture of Audrey and another baby who liked almost identical to her being held by her former foster mother. The picture sparked a bunch of questions and from there Jennifer began searching for her daughter’s long lost sister.
Eventually Jennifer was able to find Gracie’s mother through Facebook and after both deciding the girl’s must be related they decided to have a DNA test done. From there, no questions remained; Audrey and Gracie were definitely separated at birth.
Since finding out about each other Gracie and Audrey have been connecting through video messages and have discovered they have a lot of similarities – both have heart conditions, both love chicken alfredo. Wednesday morning the two finally got to meet face to face for the first time, and that’s where the waterworks began!
In Audrey’s words, “I felt like there was someone missing, but now I feel complete.”
— Good Morning America (@GMA) January 11, 2017
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