Janice Dickinson joins her lost sister in New York

Janice Dickinson, 63, (left) joined her half sister Gloria & # 39; Bunny & # 39; Dickinson (center) during an emotional reunion along with his full sister Alexis, 67, (right) in New York City, DailyMailTV may reveal

Janice Dickinson has joined the sister she never met in an emotional meeting in New York, DailyLiveTV may reveal.

The supermodel met for the first time with Gloria & # 39; Bunny & # 39; Dickinson, a woman who did not know it existed until a year ago, and said it felt like an out-of-body experience.

"It was amazing to meet her, beautiful, I'm completely out of my body, I'm floating," Janice told DailyMailTV in an exclusive interview.

"At 63 years of age, I have known the world but nothing compares to this feeling.

"This is the craziest thing that has happened to me and many things have happened to me."

Janice met Bunny along with her other sister, Alexis, 67, an estate agent who lives in Southampton, New York, and the three women started their day with Eggs Benedict at the famous Plaza Hotel.

His younger sister, Debbie, 60, also New York, could not go, but since then she met her older brother Bunny, who turned 84 on Friday, in a private meeting.

Janice Dickinson, 63, (left) joined her half sister Gloria & # 39; Bunny & # 39; Dickinson (center) during an emotional reunion along with his full sister Alexis, 67, (right) in New York City, DailyMailTV may reveal

Janice Dickinson, 63, (left) joined her half sister Gloria & # 39; Bunny & # 39; Dickinson (center) during an emotional reunion along with his full sister Alexis, 67, (right) in New York City, DailyMailTV may reveal

Bunny, 84, (pictured) approached the supermodel last year after learning that the two women shared the same father, Samuel Ray Dickinson

Bunny, 84, (pictured) approached the supermodel last year after learning that the two women shared the same father, Samuel Ray Dickinson

Bunny, 84, (pictured) approached the supermodel last year after learning that the two women shared the same father, Samuel Ray Dickinson

Janice, the first supermodel of international fame who has graced the cover of Vogue magazine dozens of times, says that she and Bunny share the same gestures.

Janice, the first supermodel of international fame who has graced the cover of Vogue magazine dozens of times, says that she and Bunny share the same gestures.

Janice, the first supermodel of international fame who has graced the cover of Vogue magazine dozens of times, says that she and Bunny share the same gestures.

The father of the sisters, Samuel Ray Dickinson, separated from Bunny's mother and married Janice's mother, Jennie (a couple photographed in the late 1940s), with Janice born in 1955.

The father of the sisters, Samuel Ray Dickinson, separated from Bunny's mother and married Janice's mother, Jennie (a couple photographed in the late 1940s), with Janice born in 1955.

The father of the sisters, Samuel Ray Dickinson, separated from Bunny's mother and married Janice's mother, Jennie (a couple photographed in the late 1940s), with Janice born in 1955.

The women gathered for the incredible moment after Bunny's nephew investigated his family's genealogy last year and realized that Bunny's father, Samuel Ray Dickinson, had three other daughters after separating from his mother. 18 years, and one was Janice Dickinson.

Bunny, who lives in Frisco, Texas, said: "I came home one day about a year ago and my daughter Elizabeth said you have three sisters, and I said yes.

"My nephew had been doing genealogy, and my daughter said that one of my sisters is Janice Dickinson.

"I was impressed and I said, 'Oh, I know who Janice Dickinson is. & # 39;

"And the irony is that when I saw her on television I always felt a kind of kinship, with no reason to do it, but there were very few people with the Dickinson name."

Bunny, a retired nurse, found something on the Internet and found directions for Janice, Alexis and Debbie, and wrote a letter to each of her three half-sisters.

Bunny said after writing to her sisters that she could talk to them on the phone, and they all agreed immediately.

Grabbing her sister's arm, Janice remembers: "From the moment Bunny called me, I knew she was my sister because the cadence of her voice, the ladies of us, Dickinson, are just gorgeous dazzling Texans.

"And she's wonderful and the way she talked: I was hypnotized and felt like a kinship to me and I felt like I was a kindred spirit.

"We stayed on the phone for hours and we were only known, like peas and carrots."

Bunny said after writing to her sisters that she could talk to them on the phone, and they all agreed immediately. His younger sister, Debbie, 60, also New York, could not attend the meeting, but since then met Bunny in a private meeting. In the photo: Janice, Debbie and Alexis

Bunny said after writing to her sisters that she could talk to them on the phone, and they all agreed immediately. His younger sister, Debbie, 60, also New York, could not attend the meeting, but since then met Bunny in a private meeting. In the photo: Janice, Debbie and Alexis

Bunny said after writing to her sisters that she could talk to them on the phone, and they all agreed immediately. His younger sister, Debbie, 60, also New York, could not attend the meeting, but since then met Bunny in a private meeting. In the photo: Janice, Debbie and Alexis

While Bunny does not have DNA evidence of a blood bond with the three women, she has two birth certificates that show Gloria Bernice. Dickinson was born at the Swedish Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, and his parents are Viola Lobe and Samuel Ray Dickinson (pictured)

While Bunny does not have DNA evidence of a blood bond with the three women, she has two birth certificates that show Gloria Bernice. Dickinson was born at the Swedish Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, and his parents are Viola Lobe and Samuel Ray Dickinson (pictured)

While Bunny does not have DNA evidence of a blood bond with the three women, she has two birth certificates that show Gloria Bernice. Dickinson was born at the Swedish Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, and his parents are Viola Lobe and Samuel Ray Dickinson (pictured)

According to the original document of "official birth record" of the state of New York, his father appears as a radio operator. He was 24 years old at the time of birth on September 7, 1934, while mother Viola was 18 years old and a housewife. In the photo: Bunny birth certificate

According to the original document of "official birth record" of the state of New York, his father appears as a radio operator. He was 24 years old at the time of birth on September 7, 1934, while mother Viola was 18 years old and a housewife. In the photo: Bunny birth certificate

According to the original document of "official birth record" of the state of New York, his father appears as a radio operator. He was 24 years old at the time of birth on September 7, 1934, while mother Viola was 18 years old and a housewife. In the photo: Bunny birth certificate

Janice said: "It was absolutely horrendous that my father did not recognize her as his daughter, although he was a bad guy, he had a lucky escape." Pictured: Janice's mother, Jennie and Samuel Ray Dickinson

Janice said: "It was absolutely horrendous that my father did not recognize her as his daughter, although he was a bad guy, he had a lucky escape." Pictured: Janice's mother, Jennie and Samuel Ray Dickinson

Janice said: "It was absolutely horrendous that my father did not recognize her as his daughter, although he was a bad guy, he had a lucky escape." Pictured: Janice's mother, Jennie and Samuel Ray Dickinson

Bunny also had calls with Alexis and Debbie and both responded cheerfully with "hello sister."

While Bunny does not have DNA evidence of a blood bond with the three women, she has two birth certificates that show Gloria Bernice. Dickinson was born in the now closed Swedish Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, and his parents are Viola Lobe and Samuel Dickinson. .

According to the original document of "official birth record" of the state of New York, his father appears as a radio operator.

He was 24 years old at the time of birth on September 7, 1934, while mother Viola was 18 years old and a housewife.

"I sent them a copy of my birth certificate and our father Samuel Dickinson was there, with my mother's name, and I thought that, if they see the signature, they will know if that is their father's signature or not, and from that moment on we did not". "You have to try anything else," Bunny explained.

Janice's father, Samuel Dickinson, who was known by his middle name, Raymond, was a radio officer for the US Merchant Marine. UU And it seems that he married nurse Viola Lobe in 1933 in Brooklyn before meeting Janice's mother, Jennie, a few years later.

Janice's father, Samuel Dickinson was a radio officer with the US Merchant Marine. UU And it seems he married nurse Nurse Bunny Viola Lobe in 1933 in Brooklyn before meeting Janice's mother, Jennie, a few years later. In the photo: Bunny as a girl

Janice's father, Samuel Dickinson was a radio officer with the US Merchant Marine. UU And it seems he married nurse Nurse Bunny Viola Lobe in 1933 in Brooklyn before meeting Janice's mother, Jennie, a few years later. In the photo: Bunny as a girl

Janice's father, Samuel Dickinson was a radio officer with the US Merchant Marine. UU And it seems he married nurse Nurse Bunny Viola Lobe in 1933 in Brooklyn before meeting Janice's mother, Jennie, a few years later. In the photo: Bunny as a girl

Janice (in the image of a little boy in New York) says she was "shocked" when she found out about Bunny, not knowing that her father was married before

Janice (in the image of a little boy in New York) says she was "shocked" when she found out about Bunny, not knowing that her father was married before

Janice (in the image of a little boy in New York) says she was "shocked" when she found out about Bunny, not knowing that her father was married before

Bunny (pictured) says she had no contact with her father as a child, raised by Ray's former best friend, ship captain Alwin Brown.

Bunny (pictured) says she had no contact with her father as a child, raised by Ray's former best friend, ship captain Alwin Brown.

Bunny (pictured) says she had no contact with her father as a child, raised by Ray's former best friend, ship captain Alwin Brown.

Janice says she now hopes to make up for lost time with her sister and has established an instant connection with Bunny. In the photo: Janice walking in a fashion show in April 1976

Janice says she now hopes to make up for lost time with her sister and has established an instant connection with Bunny. In the photo: Janice walking in a fashion show in April 1976

Janice says she now hopes to make up for lost time with her sister and has established an instant connection with Bunny. In the photo: Janice walking in a fashion show in April 1976

Ray and Viola had only one son, Gloria, later nicknamed Bunny.

But the marriage did not last and the couple separated not long after the new arrival.

Ray separated separately and finally married Jennie, Janice's mother, and their eldest daughter, Alexis, was born in 1950.

Janice says she was "shocked" when she first discovered Bunny.

I never knew. I did not know that my father had been married before, let alone had another child, "he explained.

"I asked my other sisters about that and it turns out they did know something from years ago." Everyone knew about Bunny, except me.

Alexis said he remembers that his mother told him about a possible brother when he was younger.

"I did not know what to do about it at that time, there was no internet, there was no GPS, there were dial telephones, so I did not know how to find it," he said.

Alexis said she did attempt to investigate with the Mormon Genealogical Archive, one of the most respected genealogical archives in America, but could not find any record of her father's previous marriage.

Bunny (in the picture) revealed that she even had the opportunity to model herself as a young woman. "I took a modeling course once and entered first," he said. "But the models made $ 35 per week in 1955 and the nurses made $ 50, so I became a nurse"

Bunny (in the picture) revealed that she even had the opportunity to model herself as a young woman. "I took a modeling course once and entered first," he said. "But the models made $ 35 per week in 1955 and the nurses made $ 50, so I became a nurse"

Bunny (in the picture) revealed that she even had the opportunity to model herself as a young woman. "I took a modeling course once and entered first," he said. "But the models made $ 35 per week in 1955 and the nurses made $ 50, so I became a nurse"

Janice, who claims that her father, now deceased, physically abused her for 16 years, says she is angry at him for never acknowledging Bunny, but that her first daughter was "lucky" not to have him as her father.

Janice, who claims that her father, now deceased, physically abused her for 16 years, says she is angry at him for never acknowledging Bunny, but that her first daughter was "lucky" not to have him as her father.

Janice, who claims that her father, now deceased, physically abused her for 16 years, says she is angry at him for never acknowledging Bunny, but that her first daughter was "lucky" not to have him as her father.

The sisters spent the day together in New York, enjoying breakfast at the Plaza Hotel, taking a horseback ride through Central Park, as well as strolling around the lake and Janice's favorite pastime: be prized and pampered

The sisters spent the day together in New York, enjoying breakfast at the Plaza Hotel, taking a horseback ride through Central Park, as well as strolling around the lake and Janice's favorite pastime: be prized and pampered

The sisters spent the day together in New York, enjoying breakfast at the Plaza Hotel, taking a horseback ride through Central Park, as well as strolling around the lake and Janice's favorite pastime: be prized and pampered

"I was in a dead end, but I did not give up, I said, I'll find her," he said.

When Bunny's letter arrived at his real estate office, she said "my head exploded."

"I knew I could have another sister, but I never imagined that he would get in touch this way, it was wonderful," he said.

Alexis said that when they met on Wednesday last week there were "hugs."

"My heart was pounding in my chest," he said.

Bunny says she had no contact with her father as a child, raised by Ray's former best friend, the ship's captain Alwin Brown.

The two men were very close and used to enjoy the parachute jump together, an extremely adventurous sport during the 1930s.

She did meet him when he was 16, however, when Ray sought out his daughter.

"I did not know him in any way, I did not have birthday cards, nothing, and then when I was 16 and I was getting ready to go to college, and I remember that mom and dad, my stepfather who was a dad, were on their way to Japan with my sister and I working at a kiosk in Jones Beach on Long Island, and this man approached me and he bought something and said, "Thanks Bunny."

"The girl who was working with me said what it was all about, and I told her," I think that was my father "and he almost fainted. & # 39;

Bunny (pictured) met her father when she was 16, when he looked for her at the kiosk that worked at Jones Beach on Long Island

Bunny (pictured) met her father when she was 16, when he looked for her at the kiosk that worked at Jones Beach on Long Island

Bunny (pictured) met her father when she was 16, when he looked for her at the kiosk that worked at Jones Beach on Long Island

The retired nurse (pictured) said: I never saw him again, that was our only meeting. So I had no way of knowing if I had more children & # 39;

The retired nurse (pictured) said: I never saw him again, that was our only meeting. So I had no way of knowing if I had more children & # 39;

The retired nurse (pictured) said: I never saw him again, that was our only meeting. So I had no way of knowing if I had more children & # 39;

A graduate of Adelphi University on Long Island, Bunny became an accomplished nurse and enjoyed a successful career in Texas. At age 84, she still has a driver's license and is occupied by four children and ten grandchildren. In the photo: Bunny (right) with his mother Viola

A graduate of Adelphi University on Long Island, Bunny became an accomplished nurse and enjoyed a successful career in Texas. At age 84, she still has a driver's license and is occupied by four children and ten grandchildren. In the photo: Bunny (right) with his mother Viola

A graduate of Adelphi University on Long Island, Bunny became an accomplished nurse and enjoyed a successful career in Texas. At age 84, she still has a driver's license and is occupied by four children and ten grandchildren. In the photo: Bunny (right) with his mother Viola

The man returned the next day, revealed that it was his father and took her to lunch.

"I never saw him again, that was our only meeting," Bunny said. "So I had no way of knowing if I had more children."

Janice, who claims that her father, now deceased, physically abused her for 16 years, says she is angry at him for never acknowledging Bunny, but that her first daughter was "lucky" not to have him as her father.

"I think it is absolutely despicable that he has not communicated with Bunny and has been constant in his life, throughout his life," he said.

"It was absolutely horrifying that my father did not recognize her as his daughter, although he was a bad guy, he had a lucky escape.

She says she now hopes to make up for lost time with her sister and has established an instant connection with Bunny.

The women spent the day together in New York, enjoying breakfast at the Plaza Hotel, taking a horseback ride through Central Park and taking a walk on the lake and Janice's favorite pastime: be warned and pampered by the master stylist Edward Tricomi in the high-end hair and beauty salon Warren Tricomi.

Bunny says she has read Janice's three books but is eager to learn more about her little sister in person and Janice has promised to take Bunny to Los Angeles to meet her husband, Dr. Rocky Gerner and their two sons Nathan and Savannah .

Bunny says she has read Janice's three books but is eager to learn more about her little sister in person and Janice has promised to take Bunny to Los Angeles to meet her husband, Dr. Rocky Gerner and their two sons Nathan and Savannah .

Bunny says she has read Janice's three books but is eager to learn more about her little sister in person and Janice has promised to take Bunny to Los Angeles to meet her husband, Dr. Rocky Gerner and their two sons Nathan and Savannah .

Janice says she's jealous of her sister's education, joking: "I have a PhD in Vogue."

Janice says she's jealous of her sister's education, joking: "I have a PhD in Vogue."

Janice says she's jealous of her sister's education, joking: "I have a PhD in Vogue."

The next day, they went to Alexis' house on Long Island to spend more quality time together.

"I want to follow her as I used to do when I was a child with Alexis," says Janice. "It used to get on your nerves, it was like your shadow."

Janice, the first supermodel of international fame who has adorned the cover of Vogue magazine dozens of times, says that she and Bunny share the same gestures and Bunny reveals that she even had an opportunity to model herself as a young woman.

"I took a modeling course once and entered first," he said.

"But the models made $ 35 per week in 1955 and the nurses made $ 50, so I became a nurse."

A graduate of Adelphi University on Long Island, Bunny became an accomplished nurse and enjoyed a successful career in Texas.

Before her retirement she was also president or director of several prestigious community groups and clubs, and enjoyed training football in her free time.

At age 84, she still has a driver's license and is occupied by four children and ten grandchildren.

Janice says she is jealous of her sister's education and jokes: "I have a PhD in Vogue."

Bunny says she has read Janice's three books but is eager to learn more about her little sister in person and Janice has promised to take Bunny to Los Angeles to meet her husband, Dr. Rocky Gerner and their two children, Nathan and Savannah

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