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    Sunday, 1 January 2017

    Identical twins who sleep in same bed with shared boyfriend reveal they now plan to MARRY him

    Credits: Youtube/Anna and Lucy
    Two identical twins who share a bed with their joint boyfriend have now revealed they BOTH plan to marry him.
    Anna and Lucy DeCinque, from Perth, Australia, both plan to tie the knot with boyfriend Ben Byrne having met him on Facebook five years ago.
    The 30-year-old sisters say they plan to travel to Tucson, Arizona, to say their three-way vows.
    Arizona's constitution bans polygamy but lists no punishment - meaning many travel for wedding services which are described as 'spiritual' rather than legal unions.
    Announcing their intentions on YouTube, the pair said: "We’ve been with him for five years so he’s twinning and winning… We do want to marry the same man and his name is Ben.

    "And now we've been thinking, how is that going to work? Many debate is it possible? Can it really work? I don't really know.
    "We've actually heard in Tucson [America] you can get married."
    The twins baffled ITV's This Morning hosts Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby as they bluntly admitted they sleep with him at the same time earlier this year.
    They said: "He's a lucky guy, He needs double the energy, he gets double the love and double the attention."
    "We're not hurting anyone and it makes us happy.
    "We're always going to be together. Because we're with each other 24/7 of our lives it's so much easier to share a boyfriend."
    Ben is also a twin - but not an identical one.
    Credits: Facebook / AnnaLucy DeCinque
    © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Facebook / AnnaLucy DeCinque


    Even though the two aren’t actively trying for babies, yet, they told Australian current affairs and discussion show The Insight their plans when they do start thinking about having a family.
    Anna said: “If I got pregnant Lucy would definitely get pregnant straight way — because our bodies need to be the same.
    “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.”
    The pair became famous after they were dubbed the 'world's most identical twins' on a Japanese prank TV show, when facial recognition technology could not tell them apart.
    The two - born just a minute apart - have reportedly blown $221k on cosmetic surgery to make sure they look as similar as possible.
    The list of surgery they have had includes breast implants, lip fillers, fake eyebrows and eyelashes to make sure they look exactly the same.

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