August 9, 2011 by USA Post
The special occasion was the 10th birthday of Maria de Jesus and Maria Teresa Quiej-Alvaraez Two Guatemalan girls born as Siamese twins connected at the skulls. The couple gained international attention when surgeons at Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA Medical Center separated in August 2002.
Estranged wife Robyn Gibson was chairman of the board of the nonprofit group Children Mending, a group that provides life-altering surgical care to children around the world: Gibson were honored for their contributions to the organization .
“We are all involved in Josie and the lives of Teresa,” People magazine saying that Gibson (the actor used the nicknames of the girls). “It’s amazing to see Josie and Teresa do so well. Listen to Josie talking, thinking, ‘Man, this is the happiest child I’ve ever seen.”
Recently two children Mending medical trips to Guatemala and Panama, Mel told People “We gave them financial support, but was handy at times. I remember Robyn care of the children who came to [the surgery].”
“My children give back. Our children have been raised that way and it will be an integral part of their lives as they move forward,” he continued.
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