Conjoined sisters given a one-in-a-million chance of survival have beaten the odds to become happy, healthy 16-year-olds.
And now bright A* students Zainab and Jannat Rahman hope to pursue their dream careers at Oxbridge universities.
The girls were born as one, conjoined from chest to abdomen, sharing one liver.
And it took a risky pioneering operation to separate them at six weeks old – with doctors giving them only a million to one chance of survival.
Yet while surgical skill managed to physically part the girls, their unbreakable emotional bond has always kept them firmly together.
And it’s meant they have only ever spent ONE NIGHT apart. Read more