Identical twins who share a partner are determined to fall pregnant at the same time

Anna and Lucy DeCinque (Photo: Instagram/@annalucydecinque)
Anna and Lucy DeCinque (Photo: Instagram/@annalucydecinque)

Talk about taking twinning to a whole new level!

Australian twins Anna and Lucy DeCinque not only share the same partner, Ben Byrne, but they also shower as well as use the toilet at the same time – and are now planning to get pregnant together, Mirror reports.

During a recent interview on talk show This Morning, the 34-year-olds from Perth revealed they do everything together.

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“We shower together, we make up together, we go to bed at the same time, we eat together, we're hungry together, everything is just the same,” the DeCinque twins revealed, further adding that they wanted to live as one person and even hoped to die together.

“We want to experience pregnancy together,” Lucy said.

To make their dream a reality, the siblings plan to go the IVF (in vitro fertilisation) route.

“We're looking into IFV, even freezing our eggs at the same time. Who knows what the future holds, but we want to do it together,” Anna said.

“It will be a challenge, but everything in our life is a challenge. We want to be together all the time.”

The sisters, who had different boyfriends before sharing Ben, went on to say that they wouldn’t be upset if the genders of their children differed, Metro reports.

“As long as they're happy and healthy,” Lucy said.

The twins gained attention several years ago following their significant breast enhancements and have since appeared on Japanese and German TV shows,  Daily Mail reported.

They started their own YouTube channel five years ago and have used their videos to explain how they feel each other's pain and know when the other is sick.

Sources: The Sun, Daily Mail, Metro, Mirror  


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