They say that the bond between twins is extremely strong but what happens when it appears to have crossed the line?
That is what is seemingly happening between identical twin sisters Anna and Lucy DeCinque who not only share stunning good looks but also the same lover.
Now, these two sisters want to grow their family with the same guy….
Yeah, that isn’t icky at all.
A pair of identical twins, Anna and Lucy DeCinque, share more than their looks — they also share a boyfriend.
The 30-year-old sisters spend every minute together, sleep in the same bed, use the same phone, wear the same hairstyle, eat the same diet, and date the same man.
The Australian sisters became famous after they were nicknamed the “world’s most identical twins” on a Japanese prank TV show, when facial recognition technology failed to tell them apart.
Anna and Lucy were born only a minute apart and have reportedly spent around $184,000 on plastic surgery to make themselves look as similar as possible, The Mirror reports.
The sisters are both in a relationship with mechanic Ben Byrne, 32, who is also a twin — though a fraternal one. They have been in a relationship for four years, and the threesome share the same bed and live in the twin’s mother’s house, according to News.com.au.
“We’ve had separate boyfriends before, but they didn’t understand our closeness,” the twins said. “Ben understands we want to be together all the time.”
Anna and Lucy now plan to have babies at the same time. While they’re not trying to get pregnant just yet, the duo told Insight, an Australian current affairs and discussion show, about their future family plan.
“If I got pregnant Lucy would definitely get pregnant straight way — because our bodies need to be the same,” Anna said.
“We would try to make that happen, definitely. We are not trying right now — we love children and kids love us, but it’s not the time for us.
“We would have to be exactly the same — even if we went through IVF at the same time.”
Anna and Lucy have never taken part in an official twins research study because they’d get “upset” if they were found to be different in any way.
“We want to weigh the same, we have to have our bodies the same,” the twins said. “If we did a twin study and came out different, we’d be so upset.”