Actually I'm speechless. The woman looks pretty damn hot as well.
The full articleA WOMAN guest revealed on ITV's This Morning what it's like living with the million-to-one medical condition of having TWO fully-formed vaginas.
Hazel Jones, 27, explained the unusual effects of uterus didelphys to today's hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
When a girl is born her uterus starts as two tubes, then a septum barrier should break down and one uterus forms.
But referring to Hazel's body, Doctor Dawn Harper explained to Holly and Phil: "The two tubes have made two separate uteruses and two vaginas and two cervixes.
"And although it's relatively common to have a septum within the uterus, to actually have two separate uteruses is much rarer - one in a million."
But Hazel, who is comfortable with her condition, said: "As soon as I found out what it was, I told everybody! I thought it was amazing."
She went on: "It's definitely an ice-breaker at parties.