Twins take identical to next level

Last updated 12:30 12/03/2014
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Identical twins Anna and Lucy share everything.

Twins take identical to next level
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SHARE EVERYTHING: Sisters Lucy and Anna, 28, share a Facebook account, a job and even a lover.

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The DeCinque sisters have taken the whole twin bond thing to the next level, and have shared a boyfriend and even spent more than $NZ235,000 to look identical.

The Australian pair also share a bed, a Facebook account and a job serving meals to the elderly, the New York Post reported.

"We're dating one boy at the moment," said Anna DeCinque, who, with sibling Lucy has had everything from breast surgery to lip enhancements and tattooed eyebrows in a bid to look more alike.

"There are three people in our relationship. We're sharing."

But even Lucy said the relationship situation was "a bit weird".

"We have one boyfriend and all of us share the same bed ... We have the same taste in everything, so obviously we're going to like the same boy, too."

IN PICTURES: The twins when young; and at 19, mid-way through their plastic transformation. 

The 28-year-olds get weekly skin peels and infrared sauna treatments, and have identical diets and exercise routines.

The sisters, who were born one minute apart, sleep together in a double bed at a home they share with their 71-year-old mum, Gina, in Perth.

It is not the first time they have come to the attention of the media.

Gina told the Australian show Today Tonight in 2012 that ever since they came into the world they were "out there".

"One minute apart... and they've been inseparable ever since.

"Even at an early age, when they came into the world they were out there."

The twins told the show they were often likened to the Kardashian sisters, but life is still hard for the twins who say they feel each other's pain and if one gets the flu, the other is sure to get it the next day.

They also cop a bit of abuse when out and about.

"You gotta take the criticisms as well, we want to look like this and look the same, you're going to have your judgemental people and your haters," Anna said.

They hark back to some good old fashioned cliches to respond to the haters.

"Don't judge a book by its cover, life's too short, you've got to enjoy it," Anna said.

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