Australia’s most famous identical twins who eat, sleep and shower together with their shared fiancé have now revealed they plan to be pregnant at the same time.

Anna and Lucy DeCinque, 35, from Perth, take their sisterly bond to a whole new level – they dress alike, spend every minute together, and plan to have babies with their partner of nine years, Ben Byrne, 40, at the same time.

The sisters – who have earned the world title of the ‘most identical twins’ – are so close that they go to the toilet together and measure out their food to ensure they are eating exactly the same amount.

Australia’s most famous identical twins who eat, sleep and shower together with their shared fiance have now revealed they plan to get pregnant at the same time

Anna and Lucy DeCinque, 35, from Perth , take their sisterly bond to a whole new level – they dress alike, spend every minute together, and both want to get pregnant to their partner of nine years, Ben Byrne, 40, at the same time

The twins test their temperature each morning to work out if they’re ovulating

So it didn’t come as much of a shock to either of them when they found out they were ovulating at the same time.

The sisters have recently spoken about their plans to fall pregnant.

In a recent YouTube clip they are seen measuring their temperatures from the bed they share with their partner.

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

Anna’s thermometer registered first, so she waited for her sister before checking their temperature – they both measured 36.8C.

‘We’re the three degrees up. We are ovulating, we are exactly the same,’ the exclaimed.

They then called Ben into the room.

The next shot of the girls shows them with their legs up against the wall in a bid to assist successful fertilisation.

The sisters also revealed it is much more difficult to get pregnant than they thought – especially because they want to go through their pregnancies at the same time.

Having their babies at the same time is particularly important to the two women who like to do everything together.

‘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. We have separation anxiety. We’re bound to each other.’

The DeCinque twins are showcasing their extraordinarily interconnected lives in the American TLC network’s new reality TV series, Extreme Sisters.

The program – which chronicles the lives and relationships of the DeCinques and four other sets of siblings – launched in the States on Monday and will hit Australian streaming services later this year.

‘We were ready to showcase our love story,’ Lucy told Confidential.

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

 

 

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