Aussie sisters Anna and Lucy DeCinque dubbed ‘world’s most identical twins’ make startling admission

Aussie sisters who claim to be the “world’s most identical twins” have made a startling admission.

Anna and Lucy DeCinque, from Perth, have left viewers stunned after revealing they do absolutely everything together.

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Appearing on American TV channel TLC’s Extreme Sisters, the 35-year-olds admitted that, not only do they wear the same clothes, but they eat, sleep and even shower together.

“We just think we’re one person,” the twins said.

There’s zero privacy between the pair, who wake up at the same time and even “go to the toilet at the same time”.

When it comes to meals, the twins weigh their food, making sure they eat exactly the same amount.

This goes as far as counting each piece of cereal in their bowls.

The sisters have even undergone the same procedures, including plastic surgery.

On top of this, Anna and Lucy, who have 133,000 Instagram followers, even share their fiancé Ben, who they met 11 years ago.

“Sharing a boyfriend for us means we get to be together all the time,” Anna and Lucy said, with each taking turns to finish their sentences.

“Having separate boyfriends just didn’t work, they just wanted to separate us.”

Identical twins, Anna and Lucy DeCinque, have stunned audiences after revealing they do everything together. Credit: Instagram/@annalucydecinque

Ben, a twin himself, reached out to the sisters separately on Facebook, and continued to speak with them “every night for six months”.

The twins both developed feelings, but instead of having to choose who would be with Ben, they settled on sharing him.

“Sharing a boyfriend for us means we get to be together all the time,” Anna said.

They told Extreme Sisters there is “no jealousy” in the relationship, adding that if Ben kisses one sister, he has to kiss the other “straight after”.

The twins and their fiancé Ben. Credit: Instagram/@annalucydecinque

This continues with intimacy, with the sisters sharing that if their fiancé “does something to one twin in the bedroom, he has to do it to the other”.

Both are now engaged to Ben – but cannot be married because of Australian laws against polygamy.

“What’s holding us back is that you can’t marry two people,” Ben said.

At the beginning of 2023, the sisters, who live together with their mum and Ben, appeared on ITV’s This Morning program.

Speaking to the show’s hosts, Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield, the pair revealed they were trying to fall pregnant.

The pair are trying to fall pregnant together with fiancé Ben. Credit: Instagram/@annalucydecinque

“If it’s possible, we’d like to be pregnant together,” they told the hosts.

“At the end of the day, it’s how we choose to live our life and we’re happy like that.”

Asked if Ben was feeling the pressure to get them pregnant at the same time, the sisters laughed.

“It’s double the love for Ben,” they said.

“He understands that we need to be the same, we need to do everything together 24/7.

“He totally understands us.

“We found our everything. We’re so thankful we found Ben.”

The twins will co-parent if either only one falls pregnant. Credit: Instagram/@annalucydecinque

Despite wanting to fall pregnant at the same time, the twins conceded this was something they wouldn’t necessarily be able to control.

And they’d be happy if just one of them succeeded.

“We’ll be there for each other. We’d try to make the other one pregnant as soon as possible,” they said.

“As long as the child is happy and healthy, that’s all that matters.

“We’ll both be the mums, Ben would be the dad, so they would have two mums and one father.”

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