Megan and Morgan, the “TrueBlue Twins” and Everything You Need to Know About Them

The Twins first gained public attention on social media in 2015 after their mother posted their photo on Instagram.

The girls, who were only four then, stole many hearts due to their unique eye color – one of the twins has both blue eyes, and the other has one blue eye and one dark brown.

Their photo became viral on the internet – the little girls became celebrities and appeared in many fashion shows and other events.

Megan and Morgan were born in June 2011 in Philadelphia, United States, and they are both eleven years old now.

Their parents’ names are Stephanie Boyd and Lovell Knight.

“When Stephanie Boyd gave birth to her twins on 6 June 2011, everyone around her could immediately tell that the girls stood out. One thing that set them apart was that they were black twins with blue eyes, which does not often happen among black people,” one news outlet wrote. 

“Before they became famous on the internet, the girls were already well-known in their community. Their nickname, Trueblue Twins, is what their mother and family used to refer to them when they were born. Furthermore, whenever their parents came across someone they knew, the person would ask to have pictures with them.”

Stephanie herself is a social media influencer and plus-size model who manages her daughters’ Instagram account, which has more than 818K followers on the platform.

Their YouTube channel also has a huge fan following, with more than 61 thousand subscribers, and people love watching their videos.

According to Yen News, the twins’ mother, Stephanie, loved sharing her daily life on the internet. When her daughters were born in 2011, she started posting their adorable pictures and videos.

Her posts were often reposted by her friends and family members on Instagram. In 2015, a Camden musician and tattoo artist shared one of the twins’ photos on his social media account. And his post went viral.

From there began the public journey of the twins, and people went crazy after them.

“One of the twins’ photos immediately received more than 2,000 likes in a day. They then took over Instagram and headed to Facebook. As a result, their online fan base increased, and some influencers even started creating content about the girls.”

Stephanie Boyd started sharing the content created by other influencers on her social media account, and one of her posts went gained more than six million views, after which many celebrities, including Ray Ray, Mindless Behavior band members, and Yandy Smith, Wendy Williams shared their photos and videos on their pages.

The Trueblue Twins have a syndrome called Heterochromia Iridis, a condition when one iris has a different color than the other.

The girls are now rising social media personalities and fashion models, and many big brands love collaborating with them.

While Megan and Morgan’s mom Stephanie loved sharing their content online and making money out of it, their dad, Lovell Knight, wants their kids to have a normal childhood like other kids.

“Sometimes, I don’t like the unwanted attention my babygirls get when we are out and having family time. It’s like they are celebrities now; people would come and click pictures with them and then are out shooting with brands and fashion shows and whatnot. I want them to have a simpler life,” he said.

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Sources: Yen NewsImages & Featured Images via megan_morgan_truebluetwins on Instagram

  1. At this point the “cat is out of the bag”. So it’s a little late to back it up and pretend they have not had these experiences. I’m concerned that would send the wrong messsge to these kids from their primary male role model at a critical time in their life. I think an approach that might be positive and beneficial is to constantly assure them of his love, speak to them intelligently and with respect. I think it is also important to let them be kids, have a sautéed in their decisions but remind them that celebrity is a business and is not who they are. They are first and foremost loves members of their family and community and will remain so in spite of their success or lack thereof. My point is to teach them to manage their business lives and success responsibly. Many kid celebrities had struggles moving into adulthood so staying and remaining grounded is the best gift he can give them. 💕

  2. I think the girls deserve as normal a life as possible. I agree that the cat is out of the hat so now it’s important that the girls not get swept up in celebrity. As long as they are feeling fine about it, it’s not wrong. Some people would say it’s exploitation but what people say about the parents is irrelevant.

  3. The dad sounds reasonablethe mom sounds likecan opportunistthat has her own agenda. That isvery selfishof her and these girlswill see thatwhen they get older. I hope their dad stays around to give them structure.

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