The world’s oldest living twins have celebrated their record of reaching 63with a trip to Disney World.
Ronnie and Donnie Galyon – who are joined at the waist – beat the previous world record held for more than seven decades by Italian twins Giacomo and Giovanni Battista Tocci.
The Galyon twins unofficially reached the milestone the day after they turned 63 in October.
They have four arms and legs and separate hearts and stomachs.
But share a waist, a digestive tract, a groin and a penis, which Donnie (one of the twins) controls.
They wanted to return to school but teachers told them they were too distracting to the other students.
They have been living with Jim (twins brother) and his wife for a while now.
Although they are yet to receive their official certificate from Guinness book of record confirming they’re the longest-living conjoined twins in history