Blue-eyed girls became a sensation & called 'the world's cutest twins'. Here’s how they look now

Jan 17, 2019
06:12 A.M.
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- AmoMama learned from ‘In Style’ and ‘Historias Gurú’ that a set of twins are taking the world by storm with their distinctly colored eyes.


- The twins who were born in 2013 became a sensation when their mother shared their photos online.

- They have every intention of putting their good looks and eyes to good use in the world of modeling.


With each passing day, different sets of twins are born into the world and while they are all adorable, a few make an impressing on the world.

One of such twins is the Boyd twins who have been crowned ‘the world's cutest twins,’ and it’s pretty easy to see why.

The twins, who are girls, stole the hearts of millions of followers on the internet when their photos were released to the world by their mother.


According to Historias Gurú, what is most captivating about them would be their eyes which immediately grabs the attention of anyone who sees them.

Aptly named the ‘True Blue’ twins by their mom, Megan and Morgan Boyd have extremely blue eyes which they are said to have inherited from their mother.

While one of the girls has two blue eyes, the other has one blue and one brown eye which was inherited from her great aunt.


Born in 2013, the twins started landing modeling gigs by the time they were two years old and made their first appearance at a fashion show in Jacksonville.

They had met former ‘America’s Next Top Model’ contestant Bianca Golden at the event and have remained an internet sensation since then.


According to their mom, their plan of becoming full-time models is already in the works as they are involved in deciding the outfits they're going wear in their photoshoots.

And although they already look and act like the next generation of big-shot top models, they're just two normal children who are enjoying a little bit of flare and fame while practicing their picture-perfect poses.

Are you as captivated by their eyes as we are?

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Source: In Style, Historias Gurú