Identical twins, Gracie Rainsberry and Audrey Doering, were adopted from China by 2 different families when they were babies. 10 years later, they met for the first time on Good Morning America.
Watch the super touching video below:
Audrey told ABC News that she had asked her parents for a sister for Christmas this year. She could have never expected what came next, when she found out that she had an identical twin who was also adopted by an American family.
Shortly after the meeting, Gracie said she was feeling excited and happy. “It’s very overwhelming,” she said. Audrey said, “it felt like there was somebody missing. Now, it’s complete,” she added.
Audrey said when she heard the news, “I thought my parents were, like, playing a joke on me.” Audrey added that when she video chatted with her sister for the first time, her initial reaction was that “she’s me.”
Gracie Rainsberry said that when first found out she had a twin she was “really overwhelmed”. “I was, like … started to cry a lot, and my mom kept on asking me … what my crying was for, and I was saying, ‘I don’t know,” Gracie said. “I didn’t know what to think.” Aww, such a cute moment for these two!