Perfect Threesome As 'World's Most Identical Twins' Reveal They Share the Same Boyfriend and Plan on Marrying Him
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A pair of twins is planning to marry the same man! Yes, sisters dubbed as 'world's most identical twins' have revealed that they have been sharing a boyfriend since 2012 and plan to marry him. While the laws in Australia do not allow polygamy the 33-year-old sister duo Anna and Lucy DeCinque from Perth wants to tie the knot with mechanic Ben Byrne.

As polygamy is banned under the Australian Marriage Act 1961, the women resorted to Australian TV show 'Hughesy, We Have a Problem' looking for a solution. A preview clip of the upcoming episode was shared on their Instagram page. The women can be heard saying, "We want to marry the same man." Identical Twin Brothers Who met Identical Twin Sisters at Twins Days Festival Marries in a Joint Wedding.

The sisters were quoted as saying, "Ben treats us completely equally. If he kisses Anna, he kisses me right after, and holds both our hands when we're out. We all sleep together, but it’s not like a threesome as we don’t get involved with each other. Some people say it's disgusting, but it works for us."

The host and people on the show appear to taken by surprise by the women's revelations. The show will air in the New year and seems we will have to wait until then to know more details about their future plans.

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It seems the women weren't born completely identical and spent USD 250,000 (approx Rs 1.74 crore) on cosmetic surgery to make themselves look more similar, reported Daily Mail. The sisters first gained prominence when they opted for match surgery to look identical. In their 20s they for years together they used lip fillers, breast implants and skin needling.

They also got laser treatment, eyebrows and hair extensions. At a particular period of time, the duo was doing 14 beauty procedures in two weeks. However, later they felt they have overdone surgeries and decided to go back on them. The sisters said they felt "embarrassed" with their "plastic" look and hence decided to stop.