Meet The World's Most Identical Twins Who
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Lucy and Anna Decinque, 35, who were nicknamed the most identical twins in the world from Perth, Australia, were on the headlines and the limelight of thousands of people across the globe after being called the most identical twins in the world. Since then, these twin sets have made some weird revelations regarding their personal lives and how they have managed to achieve nearly anything together that appears impossible to average human beings.
In an interview, twins who aspire to remain the same and experience all together, including dying together, said they feed just once a day and use much of their time to exercise their bodies. It says that if they don't workout, they get tired quickly.
"We only eat once a day, we know that is bad. It comes from our mum, we know that is unhealthy, but we only eat at night" "Whatever works for you works for you. Everybody can take things differently. Everything in moderation"Whatever works for you works for you. Everybody should do everything differently. In moderation, everything. They concluded by stating that they don't want their fans to imitate their lifestyle so they may not be working with this specific way of life.
In an interview, Lucy and her identical sister Anna, who became more popular and successful after investing $250,000 on plastic surgery so that they could appear more similar in all ramifications, have made it clear that because they eat together at the same moment, they also use the bathroom at the same time, saying that in everything they do they only want to be alike.
"If she goes to the toilet I have to go at the same time because we eat and drink at the same. time. We shower together. We can't just be apart. It is stressful being us, we have to measure our plates, everything has to be identical"I have to go at the same time because at the same time we eat and drink. Day. We shower together. We can't just be apart. It's stressful to be us, we have to calculate our plates, it has to be the same
For their 39-year-old boyfriend Ben Byrne, these twins who took the world by surprise when they announced that they are trying to get pregnant at the same time have constantly been doing everything within their power to appear more similar, do stuff together and at a time.
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