The world’s most identical twins’ have spoken out about their struggle to ‘get pregnant at the same time,’ and say it is still their dream to be mothers.
Anna and Lucy Decinque, 35, of Australia, admitted to dressing up baby dolls and taking them to cafes and restaurants in preparation for the real thing.
‘We’ve been having trouble getting pregnant, so this is the next best thing,’ they explained.
The dolls appeared to be dressed as identical twins for their outing.
The women, who decided to have children together later in life, spilled the beans on TLC’s Extreme Sisters in season two.
‘Our dream is to be pregnant together at the same time,’ they told producers on the show.
The sisters, who share everything including their fiance Ben Byrne, 40, started their journey into motherhood in 2021.
At the time they marveled at the idea of becoming pregnant.
‘We’ve never taken a pregnancy test before. It really is magical how a stick can confirm you are pregnant.
‘We’re 35 years old. We’ve decided we want kids now.’
When the women first tried to conceive, they discovered they were ovulating at the same time, which did not seem to surprise them because they had always been ‘in sync with everything’.
‘We learned from the internet that when your temperature rises, you’re ovulating,’ Lucy explained.
Anna’s thermometer registered first, so she waited for her sister before checking their temperatures, which were both 36.8 degrees Celsius.
‘We’re three degrees higher up. We’re both ovulating,’ she exclaimed.
They then called Ben into the room.
The next image of the girls shows them with their legs up against the wall, presumably to aid in successful fertilization.
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.’