Identical twins Lucy and Anna DeCinque, from Perth, Australia, have been named the world’s most identical twins by TV producers in Japan.
The identical sisters were already pretty infamous around the world for identical looks, same job, sharing one Facebook account, one bed and even one boyfriend. Now they’ve being invited to appear on a game show to compete against a pair of Japanese identical twins to win the desired title.
The sisters completed various challenges which included playing pranks on the public. After even a computer couldn’t tell them apart, they won the coveted title of World’s Most Identical Twins. Speaking about their rivals the girls said: “They would go to the shops without each other and didn’t sleep in the same bedroom. See, we wouldn’t do that. We wouldn’t leave each other by ourselves.
We are never more than a few metres apart, wherever my sister goes, I go as well. We follow each other. We never get tired of each other, even though we’re always together. Of course, we argue. When you’re with someone 24/7 you’re going to have arguments and get on each other’s nerves. We always make up, though.We’re best friends so we never want to lose each other.”
The girls work in the same aged care centre, serving meals to the elderly and take home one salary between them. The twins, who still live with their mum, are currently dating 31-year-old electrical mechanic Ben Byrne, who they call The Chosen One. They’ve tried dating separate guys in the past but just say it’s easier to share.
“It’s not really weird to us. We have one boyfriend and all three of us share the same bed. For guys, in their hearts and dreams, they want two girlfriends. We have the same taste in everything, so obviously we’re going to like the same boy, too. We’re all together when we have sex, and if we like the same guy, so be it. Every date had to be a double date. It’s always double or nothing.”
The girls have been warned that their extreme closeness could lead to serious problems in the future, especially if one of them decides to get married and move away or if one of them dies, but the twins remain unfazed. Lucy says, “We can’t imagine a day when we’re not in each others’ company. And, to be honest, I don’t think that would ever happen.”