Sisters, Both Adopted From China, Meet for First Time in 'once in a lifetime' Moment on 'GMA'
Hannah Raleigh, 20, and Limia Ravart, 25 were both adopted from China had no idea they were siblings until Raleigh took a DNA test in 2020.
It’s been a year in the making – ever since Hannah Raleigh took a DNA test nearly two years ago.
The 20-year-old always felt there was someone missing in her life.
“When I was little, I just had this idea that I always had like, an older sibling. And I always wanted one,” Raleigh told “GMA.”
Raleigh was adopted from China when she was 13 months old and grew up in Chicago, not knowing anything about her biological family.
Raleigh then decided in December 2020 to take a DNA test with 23andMe and, to her astonishment, matched with a sister.
“I was really surprised,” Raleigh recalled. “I was like, ‘Oh no, I have a sister. What do I do?"