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These Twins Share Everything, Even A Boyfriend - Doctor Breaks Bad News They Can't Share This

The world's 'most identical twins' do everything they can to ensure they're exactly alike. They have the same cosmetic surgical procedures. They eat and drink the same amount of everything, and do the same amount of exercise. When the two went to get identical boob jobs, however, it didn't turn out how they'd planned. They appeared on the show 'Botched' and a plastic surgeon confirmed that they're going to have to live with non-identical breasts.

Australian beauties Anna and Lucy DeCinque, 30, saw their lifelong dream die when they appeared on an episode of 'Botched'. The show features stories about plastic surgery patients who were unhappy with their results. These twins were unhappy not because results were bad, but because when they woke up from surgery, their bodies looked different.

The twins have devoted their lives to being the 'world's most identical twins'. They carefully measure their food to ensure that they eat the exact same calories. They also measure all liquids they intake, including water. "If she walks a few meters, I need to walk a few meters because we have to burn the same calories," Lucy said on the show during a camera interview.

The twins don't only share their looks; they share everything. They are both in a relationship with the same man. The three of them sleep in a king-sized bed.

"It's my first time with two girlfriends, and to be honest it's very difficult because it has to be 100 per cent even," said the boyfriend in an interview with Woman's Day in 2014." Whatever I do for one I have to do for the other, so it's a fine balance. My mates reckon it's a cool problem to have."

The twins often say the same things at the same time. They've started trying to make a career of their 'sameness' by starting a YouTube channel. They claim they feel each other's pain and even know when the other is sick.

The show's doctor burst their bubble when he told them they could never have identical boobs. According to the plastic surgeon, it's hard enough to get two breasts perfectly symmetrical, let alone four. Making matters worse, the surgeon said that the differences in their breasts will become more pronounced over time as the twins age.

The surgeon then shocked the identical sisters by saying even their faces are not perfectly identical. He pointed out differences in their eyes, chins and noses.

Source: Mail Online
Photo: AnnaLucy DeCinque/Facebook

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