Twins Anna and Lucy DeCinque share everything in their lives – including their boyfriend.
The 35-year-old siblings have revealed all about their extremely close bond in TLC show Extreme Sisters, and how their partner Ben fits in.
The pair – who live in Perth, Australia – do almost everything together, from wearing the same clothes and going to the toilet all the way to eating the same amount of food to keep their identical figures.
They think of themselves as ‘one person’, right down to their taste in men – which has led to the rather unique situation.
Electrician Dan, 37, met the girls on Facebook through a mutual friend, and on the first night they all met, he kissed them both.
Reflecting on their sex life, the twins revealed: ‘How do we say that? Would you say we’re a team or… Ben in his own way will please both of us.
‘If Ben does something to one twin in the bedroom he has to do it to the other and he already knows that, we don’t have to tell him “Ben what are you doing?” ‘
Ben is the man in the middle (Picture: TLC)
That’s not all though, as Anne and Lucy would be happy to both marry their man if Australian law didn’t stop it being a possibility.
They’ve also planned for the future and decided once they start raising a family, they both want to be pregnant with his baby at the same time.
However, there’s a line – and the twins made it clear they will never be intimate with each other.
They clarified: ‘We don’t do anything with each other, we never have.’
They weren’t the only siblings appearing on the show, with Brooke and Baylee also giving viewers a glimpse at their home life.
Brooke’s husband isn’t too happy with their arrangement, with the sisters being so close that they share the same bed.
He’s tried to lay down some ground rules to keep Baylee out of the bed, but they simply suggested she should swap so his wife Brooke gets to sleep in the middle.
Howard Lee – President of TLC Streaming and Network Originals – said: ‘Having a close knit family is something most people aspire to and at TLC, we love to explore relationships of all kind.
‘In Extreme Sisters, we will introduce sets of inseparable sisters whose bonds are raw, honest and perhaps a little unconventional. Their sibling kinship brings the meaning of sisterhood to a whole other level.’
*Extreme Sisters airs in the US on Sundays at 10pm ET/PT on TLC.
Credit: Original article published here.