Rainbow twins: how do the distinctive Biggs sisters appear now?

Many people couldn’t believe these adorable girls were twins, yet each year they seem more and more alike.

Marcia inherited her mother’s pale complexion and blond hair, but Millie inherited her Jamaican father’s dark skin and black hair.

Amanda, a mother of three, refers to her beautiful daughters as “rainbow twins,” and she is quite correct.

The sisters were featured on the cover of National Geographic magazine last year, with the phrase, “These twins are making us reassess everything we knew about race.”

Surprisingly, the females do not see each other as unique. When asked how they differed, they simply mentioned distinctions in personality and taste.

“Millie likes pink, but I don’t,” Marcia explains.

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