Sisters, 33, dubbed the ‘world’s most identical twins’ reveal they BOTH want to marry their shared boyfriend after six years of dating
- Twins Anna and Lucy DeCinque shared their dilemma on their Instagram page
- Sisters revealed they both want to marry their shared boyfriend of six years
- But 33-year-old twins, from Perth, face legal issue as it’s not allowed in Australia
- Over the years the identical pair have spent nearly $250,000 on plastic surgery
- The sisters got lip fillers, breast implants, facial tattooing and laser treatments
Sisters dubbed the ‘world’s most identical twins’ revealed how they both want to marry their shared boyfriend – but the law bans them from doing so.
Anna and Lucy DeCinque, 33, from Perth, Australia have been dating mechanic Ben Byrne since 2012, but now want to make things official with a wedding.
However polygamy is banned under the Australian Marriage Act 1961.
The women turned to Australian TV show Hughesy, We Have a Problem, in the hope of finding a solution, and shared a preview clip of their appearance on their Instagram account.
Twin sisters Anna and Lucy DeCinque are want to marry their long-time shared boyfriend Ben Byrne, pictured, but face a legal battle as polygamy is banned in Australia
The siblings, who were dubbed the ‘world’s most identical twins’, have splashed out nearly $250,000 (£138,917) on cosmetic surgery to make themselves look more alike.
They have since reversed the effects of their long history of procedures because they felt ’embarrassed’ with their ‘plastic’ look.
But now faced a new problem which they explained to host Dave Hughes, who attempts to solve problems of viewers, guests and panellists.
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‘Okay, so we share a partner Ben and we would like marry him one day but the law in Australia says we can’t, so what do we do?” they ask in a preview clip shared on Instagram.
The twins uploaded the sneak peek of the appearance with the caption: ‘We share a unique problem. WE WANT TO MARRY THE SAME MAN.’
Hughes and two other fellow guests struggled to wrap their heads around the sisters’ plight laughing and cracking jokes about their unusual issue.
It’s unknown when the full episode will air but they wrote it will be airing in the new year.
The women turned to Australian TV show Hughesy, We Have a Problem, in the hope of finding a solution, and shared a preview clip of their appearance on their Instagram account, pictured
Besides looking alike, the sisters also share everything together, including their bed and even their boyfriend – electrical mechanic Ben Byrne who they both love and share a bed with
The sisters first found fame after they spent thousands on matching surgery to remain identical.
When they reached their 20s, the sisters opted for years of lip fillers, breast implants, facial tattooing, skin needling, laser treatments and even eyebrows and hair extensions.
But the twins – who once had 14 beauty procedures in two weeks – later decided to have their eyebrow and lip tattoos removed and let their fillers dissolve after realising they’d overdone the procedures.
The twins previously revealed they both wanted to have a baby with their boyfriend of eight years electrical mechanic Ben Byrne
The siblings said they initially wanted the ‘biggest’ of everything, including their lips and chest
The duo also revealed on Australia’s TODAY show their hopes of marrying the same boyfriend of eight years – electrical mechanic Ben Byrne who they both love and share a bed with.
‘If we can change the law and the government, we’d love to marry Ben. I mean love is love, we’re all adults – we should marry the same man,’ Anna said.
‘This is what works for us. People need to get that, we’re not hurting anyone and this is what works for us in this relationship, so we’re really happy with Ben.’
Lucy chimed in: ‘We might marry Ben, hopefully one day. Our mum is actually convincing us to give birth naturally so I don’t know how that’s going to work because we need to be pregnant at the same time.
‘There’s a lot of pressure on Ben, but it’s all up to him.’
Comparing a throwback snap, Australia’s identical twin sisters Anna and Lucy DeCinque both look worlds apart from their younger days (pictured at the age of 19)
The sisters (pictured at age 28) notoriously splashed out nearly $250,000 on cosmetic surgery to make themselves look more alike – a spontaneous makeover they now regret
Before their extensive makeover: The sisters (pictured at age 12) decided to undergo plastic surgery during their adulthood so they could look more alike
Besides looking alike, the sisters also share everything together, including their bed.
But before going into details, the siblings questioned whether it was possible for them to fall pregnant at the same time.
‘[We’re] not sure if that’s possible… It’s a bit of a dilemma, isn’t it?’ they said.
‘Oh my God, just imagine if you got pregnant… and I didn’t get pregnant. But imagine if we did get pregnant at the same time.
‘At the end of the day, that’s not really a call we can make. And that’s when nature comes in I think. You can’t control these things.
Looking at old photographs, the Australian-born sisters have always been inseparable
The 33-year-old sisters have a long history of cosmetic procedures, including lip fillers, breast implants, facial tattooing, skin needling, laser treatments, and even hair extensions
The pair also hit back at critics who slammed them for their controversial decision to fall pregnant at the same time with their shared boyfriend
‘But it would be amazing if we got pregnant at the same time. Even if my kid was born in the same week as yours.’
Clearly confused, the pair were quick to point out how their children would be related since they would be sharing the same father.
‘People would be saying “would they be cousins?”‘ they said in the video.
‘Would they look the same? They would be related hey? I don’t know… Man this is just fascinating… I find this fascinating.’
The pair said they have also looked at other options to conceive their babies in case their plans don’t follow through, including surrogacy, IVF and adoption.
‘If we both can’t get pregnant at the same time, maybe that’s the road we’ve got to go down?’ they said.
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