‘World’s Most Identical Twins’ Trying to Get Pregnant at the Same Time With Shared Fiancé

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Twin sisters who are called the world’s “most identical” are both trying to get pregnant, and it might be the strangest baby planning we’ve ever seen…

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Now, a lot of twins choose to do things together.

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Particularly when they’re younger, with things like hobbies and making friends.

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But one set of identical twins has taken things a step further.

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And they’re currently trying to get pregnant together.

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Anna and Lucy DeCinque are twins with a difference.

They live in Australia where the pair try to share “identical” lives – right down to having the same fiancé.

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“When she goes to the toilet, I come with her; when she has a shower, I come with her,” Anna told the New York Post.

“You name it and we do it. We’re never apart – I don’t think we’d function without each other.”

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The pair measure their food portions to ensure both are exactly the same.

And they even take their temperatures to check they’re ovulating at the same time.

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But now the pair have decided to embark on a new adventure together.

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Starting a family!

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Both Anna and Lucy are engaged to Ben Byrne, 40.

They three have been together for 9 years, and now both twins are aiming to get pregnant at the same time.

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The pair are staying close together to keep their ovulation cycles in sync.

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All in the hopes of aligning their pregnancies (and births) perfectly.

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The two are sharing their unusual story in a new documentary.

Lucy told Confidential: “‘We were ready to showcase our love story!”

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“We are the show to be quite honest, I don’t think there’s anyone more extreme than the two of us.”

You can say that again!

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We wish them luck with their dream family…

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But we just wonder if they might end up with… twins?

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