Chinese twin sisters separated from birth share warm embrace at tearful reunion on US Television live

A pair of 10-year-old Chinese twin sisters met for the first time in person Tuesday and burst out in tears of joy as they gave each other a long-awaited warm embrace.

Twin sisters, Audrey Doering and Gracie Rainsberry, were born in China, separated at birth and then adopted by two different American families living on opposite ends of the country, Shanghaiist reports. 

Yesterday, they met for the first time in person in a tearful reunion that was captured on live television.

The incredible moment was shown on ABC's "Good Morning America" with a panel sliding away, leaving the 10-year-old twin sisters looking at each other face-to-face for the first time.

After their emotional reunion, Gracie, still in tears said that she was excited, happy and overwhelmed by the extraordinary meeting.

Said Audrey:

"It felt like there was something missing.

"Now, it is complete."

The video of the heartwarming and tear-jerking reunion below is really something you have to watch for yourself.