- Lucy and Maria Aylmer are biracial twin sisters from Gloucester in the United Kingdom
- The twin sisters were born in 1997 to their half-Jamaican mother, Donna, and their white father, Vince
- Lucy and Maria Aylmer have different complexions reflecting their parents' races
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Lucy and Maria Aylmer were born in 1997 to their half-Jamaican mother, Donna, and their white father, Vince. The biracial twin sisters have different complexions.
From Gloucester in the UK, Lucy and Maria Aylmer have grown accustomed to being mistaken for being just friends, Barcroft Media reports.
Similar to most parents, their mother was shocked when she saw her twin girls for the first time. Lucy confirmed that her mother had no idea that they were so different.
''When the midwife handed us both to her, she was just speechless,'' Lucy said.
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Lucy and Maria Aylmer are the youngest of five children. According to her, their other siblings have a skin colour that is in between Maria and her.
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Twin Sisters Born with Rare Black and White Skin Colours
In a similar story, twin sisters Kalani and Jarani Dean, born on April 23, 2016, in Quincy, Illinois, have become the joy of their parents.
Kalani has fair skin like her mother, who is white, and Jarani has brown skin like her dad, who is black.
Their mom, Whitney Meyer, said she considers the girls as a sign to ''love everyone equal.''
Lady Celebrates Becoming a Lawyer
In a separate story, when Kayla Lattimore began her journey to become an attorney, she was determined to do just that despite the challenges she encountered on her way to achieving her goal.
According to the American Bar Association, five per cent of all attorneys across the US are African American, and Lattimore officially became part of the list. She admits that it was not a walk in the park.
''The bar exam was literally the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do in my life,'' she said.
Source: Briefly News