Rosie & Ruby Formosa — PICS By: Torischneehl 1 of 5 Rosie & Ruby Formosa Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock Rosi Siamese twins Rosie and Ruby Formosa’s story is truly a remarkable one. The two were born in 2012, joined at the abdomen and sharing part of the intestine. The state of the babies naturally left Mr. and Mrs. Formosa shocked and horrified, as the twins were unlikely to survive the five-hour operation that was going to be needed in order to separate them. However, thanks to excellent medical professionals at London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital, the surgery was a success and the twins survived and came out of it completely healthy. Pictured here, four years later the twins were featured on ‘Good Morning Britain’ in London, in August 2016. Accompanied by their mother, Angela, the family was asked how remarkable the experience was, and how blessed they must feel to have had the twins survive the extremely dangerous surgery. Rosie and Ruby are just as healthy as any other children their age today, and happily attend school and engage in extra curricular activities. Click through this gallery for pics of these miracle angels! April 17, 2020, 10:59PM 2 of 5 The Formosa Family Outside A Studio In London David Thompson/Shutterstock Truly blessed parents, Angela and Daniel Formosa held their twins, Rosie and Ruby, in baby carriers, while their oldest daughter, Lily, smiled along for the cameras outside the ITV studios in London in October 2012. This was just months after the twins’ miraculous birth. April 17, 2020, 10:59PM 3 of 5 Rosie, Ruby & Angela Formosa On ‘Good Morning Britain’ Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock Their mother, Angela, joined the celebrity Siamese twins Rosie and Ruby Formosa when they were featured on an episode of Good Morning Britain in London in August 2015. The girls were just three years old here, and were preparing for their first school year a month later in September. April 17, 2020, 10:59PM 4 of 5 Lily Formosa Joins In To Support Her Little Sisters Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock The oldest Formosa daughter, Lily, joined in support when her sisters Ruby and Rosie were featured on an episode of Good Morning Britain in 2015. Interviewed by Dr. Joseph Curry, the family spoke about how blessed they felt to have a strong family come out of a very rare and life-threatening birthing situation. April 17, 2020, 10:59PM 5 of 5 The Formosa Fam Featured On ‘This Morning’ In London Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock Rosie and Ruby were guests on This Morning in London in September 2016, and were accompanied by their mom, Angela, and older sister, Lily. They spoke about the twins’ first day of school, and normal life despite the mere 20 percent survival rate they had when they were sent into emergency surgery at birth. The Formosa family could not be any more lucky or blessed. April 17, 2020, 10:59PM Click to Subscribe to Get Our Free HollywoodLife Daily Newsletter to get the hottest celeb news.