A pair of Aussie identical twins are set to marry the same man after their shared partner of 10 years proposed on a reality TV show.
Anna and Lucy DeCinque, who star on the US program Extreme Sisters, said 'yes' when their boyfriend Ben Byrne, 37, popped the question in the season finale of the TLC show.
Ben, who is also a twin, presented both women with matching diamond engagement rings featuring three bands to symbolise the trio's relationship.
"Anna you mean the world to me and I want to spend my life with you and Lucy you mean the world to me and I want to spend my life with you too. I love you, I love you both," he told the Perth-born sisters.
"I'm willing to do whatever it takes to make you happy," he added.
"We love them," the pair gushed of their rings.
The threesome will have to host their nuptials overseas as Australian law does not allow more than two people to wed.
Anna, Lucy and Ben are said to be considering tying the knot in Malaysia, Indonesia or in certain states of America.
They've also started talking about having children together and admit they would love to fall pregnant at the same time.
Twins in love
Anna and Lucy met Ben on Facebook in 2011, and the pair share insights into their unusual relationship with the public on their shared Instagram and YouTube accounts.
In a video in 2017, the twins opened up on how dating the same man just works for them, and that there's no jealousy between the two.
"Ben understands the closeness that we have, he never separates us, there’s no jealousy," Lucy said.
"If he kisses Anna, he’ll kiss me straight after."
Anna revealed that while they both had separate boyfriends in the past, it never worked out as the men were always trying to separate them from each other.
"Like Ben doesn’t care if we dress the same, eat the same, go to the toilet together, he never ever judges us," they said.
Despite their striking similarities, Anna and Lucy revealed that Ben can tell them apart on the phone — and even in the bedroom, which might have something to do with their sleeping arrangements.
"You sleep on the left side and I sleep on the right so if you’re looking at the bed, I’m on the left and you’re on the right," Lucy explained.
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