Australian Twins Plan Joint Pregnancy with Shared Partner

The famous Australian twins have decided to get pregnant with their shared partner at the same time, as they do with everything else.

Australian twins, Anna and Lucy DeCinque, 35 years old from Perth, aim to conceive with their shared fiancé “at the same time”. They aspire to be considered a single entity. They are showcased on TLC’s “Extreme Sisters” reality show.

Anna and Lucy DeCinque want to get pregnant simultaneously


Anna and Lucy DeCinque, 36, the well-known identical twins from Perth, Australia, who do everything together with their shared fiancé, have announced their plan to become pregnant simultaneously. The twins, famous for their inseparable bond, dress alike, never separate, and will have children with their 9-year partner, Ben Byrne, 41, at the same time.

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The sisters titled the world’s “most identical twins,” have such a close relationship that they even use the bathroom together and precisely measure their food to maintain identical figures.

Australian twins

‘We learnt from the internet that when your temperature goes up you’re ovulating,’ said Lucy.

Anna checked her temperature first and waited for her sister before checking. Both recorded 36.8C.

‘We’re the three degrees up. We are ovulating. We are exactly the same,’ they said. After that, they called Ben into the room.

The subsequent scene shows the girls with their legs up on the wall to aid fertilization.

Australian twins

The twins disclosed that they underestimated the difficulty of getting pregnant, especially because they want to be pregnant simultaneously. Having babies at the same time is crucial to inseparable women who prefer doing everything together.


Anna told the New York Post, ‘When she goes to the toilet, I come with her; when she has a shower, I come with her. You name it and we do it. We’re never apart. I don’t think we’d function without each other. We have separation anxiety. We’re bound to each other.’


Ben acknowledges the challenge ahead, admitting that it’s “a lot of pressure.”

He stated on the show, “It’s definitely going to be a challenge to get them both pregnant at the same time.”

Although they don’t have any children yet, the Australian twins carry dolls when they go out.

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The Australian twins said: “We’ve had some trouble trying to get pregnant, so this is the next best thing.”

The twins ensure their dolls match each other’s outfits to maintain their identical image.

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