A set of identical twins who share the same partner are hoping to get pregnant at the same time.
Like many twins, Anna and Lucy Decinque share an incredibly close bond. But unlike many twins, they also share a fiancé.
The pair, who calls themselves the 'world's most identical twins', are both in a relationship with Ben Byrne and are both hoping to get pregnant at the same time so they can raise the half-siblings/cousins together.
You can see them talk about their attempts to get pregnant in tandum here:
Anna and Lucy appeared on TLC’s Extreme Sisters where they spoke about their plans for the future, saying: "Our dream is to be pregnant together at the same time."
The pair first spoke about their plans to conceive at the same back in 2021, when they revealed they’d already started trying.
On the show, they said: "We've never taken a pregnancy test before. It really is magical how a stick can confirm you are pregnant.
"We're 35 years old. We've decided we want kids now.”
Lucy said: "I'm having a heart attack because I'm thinking Anna could be pregnant and I'm not. We'd prefer both of us to be pregnant than one."
The pair are so dead-set of getting pregnant at the same time, the twins have been recording their temperatures to check ovulation and lying with their legs up the wall in an attempt to help things along.
Meanwhile, Ben is aware of the task he’s got on his hands, admitting that it’s a ‘lot of pressure’.
Speaking on the show, he said: “It's definitely going to be a challenge to get them both pregnant at the same time.
"It's definitely a lot of pressure for one guy. It's a matter of multi-tasking, I guess."
Although they’ve not got any children just yet, the pair have taken to leaving the house with dolls.
The sisters explained: "We've had some trouble trying to get pregnant, so this is the next best thing.” Fair enough.
Anna and Lucy even make sure to dress their dolls in matching outfits to each other to keep up with the whole theme they have going on.
The twins have been in a relationship with Ben since 2012 and are now all engaged to each other.
However, if they ever want to tie the knot(s), they’ll have to marry overseas as polygamy is not legally recognised in their native Australia.
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