That's the way we want to live our life, they said. For guys, in their hearts and dreams, they want two girlfriends,' Lucy said. I think we should marry the same man. Now, they say they want to marry Ben Byrne, the man who both of them have been dating for several years. Anna and Lucy's unique bond has only grown as they got older. Anna said: 'We like looking after ourselves, what girl doesn't? We were upfront that we came as a package, and he insisted that was fine with him, Anna said.
Only a small mole on Lucy's cheek and a scar on Anna's forehead separate the two. We're a lot happier where we are today. Their joint application was successful and they share the position and take home one salary. They've also binned hair and eyelash extensions and stopped getting lip fillers. However, before you do that please check and make sure that your questions or concerns haven't already been. We think he'll be an amazing father.
Seems like a dream scenario for them. They quit their beauty course and stayed at home to look after their dad, until his death five years ago. These girls have been together since inception and are and would rather share everything including a penis, then spend time apart. We wouldn't leave each other by ourselves. The trio have been in this pretty unique situation since 2012, and seven years on they want to take things to the next level - Anna and Lucy both want to marry Ben. The twins and their shared boyfriend, Ben Byrne, who says having two identical girlfriends is a 'cool problem to have' They told magazine: It's got to the point now where we're searching for flaws in each other. They alsofollow the same exercise routine and keep an identical diet They now undertake an extensive joint beauty regime to maintain their appearances.
But, those slight differences go unseen by most Only a small mole on Lucy's cheek and a scar on Anna's forehead separate the two. Any baby would be both half-sibling and cousin. The money, which ends up in the same handbag — carried by Lucy, goes towards the twins' beauty regime. It's natural… but we get over it. Every date had to be a double date. But it turns out this from Australia share all that, plus a boyfriend.
We want our bodies to look the same because we're so close, we always want to be together and do the same. And, to be honest, I don't think that would ever happen. Lucy said: 'We never wear the same outfit twice when we go out. Lucy says, 'We can't imagine a day when we're not in each others' company. And they didn't sleep in the same bedroom,' the DeCinque twins told of their competitors.
It's always double or nothing. Ben has spoken to us about kids and he's so good with kids. The sisters revealed that they were so close even their parents have struggled to tell them apart, especially their father Luigi, who died in 2010. When their father Luigi was diagnosed with cancer and remained housebound, the girls became even closer. We're so happy that we found a guy that we love and he just cherishes us and loves us for who we are. Back in 2016 they said they both wanted to marry Ben, however in Australia it's illegal to be married to two people at once - even for identical twins - so that plan is on the backburner unless there's a law change.
When we go clothes shopping, Anna will already know that I like a certain top. Sisters Anna and Lucy De Cinque are currently in a relationship with Ben Byrne and hoping to be able to marry him one day if the law will allow it. We're best friends so we never want to lose each other. The children would be both half-siblings and cousins. They told Australia's magazine then: We would block the comments, but down deep inside they were hurtful. Thank you for your understanding. And, when the twins step out of the sauna and walk down the street, attention is never far away.
Identical twins go through life sharing a helluva lot - their birthday, their looks, even a womb for nine months. Once a week, Anna and Lucy take advantage of infra-red saunas, microdermabrasion and skin peels to maintain the mirror image. Novelty accounts and bots are not allowed. In November The Sun reported how they were bullied on social media for what they dubbed their spider-eyed, trout pout. Ben and the twins want to marry but Australian law bans it We are a lot happier in ourselves.