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The ‘world’s most identical twins’ called out by This Morning viewers

Anna and Lucy DeCinque spoke to Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford about their baby plans

The ‘world’s most identical twins’ appeared on This Morning on Monday (July 27) and viewers were all saying the same thing about them: they could easily tell them apart.

Anna and Lucy DeCinque have been on the show before and this time they were live from their home in Perth, Australia to talk about their baby plans.

Hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford chatted to them about life as twins and the women, who share a boyfriend, claim they are recognised as the world’s most identical twins.

What did the world’s most identical twins have to say?

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The ‘world’s most identical twins’ say their boyfriend can tell them apart (Credit: ITV/Shutterstock)

They’re hardly the world’s most identical twins.

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The twins, speaking pretty much in sync, revealed they share absolutely everything, including partner Ben.

When Eamonn asked how Ben can tell the difference between them, they replied: “He’s always known the difference from day one.

“He can tell us apart on the phone – our mum can’t tell us apart on the phone, but he can, even from day one.”

Anna added: “I try and trick him sometimes and say ‘this is not Anna’ and he’ll say: ‘It’s Anna’ and I’m like ‘Oh my God I can’t believe he knows’.”

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The twins share boyfriend, Ben (Credit: ITV)

They said they’ve had separate boyfriends in the past, but they never accepted the girls’ bond. However, Ben treats them equally.

But Ruth questioned whether there was ever any jealousy between them.

“Never, never jealous,” they said.

Lucy continued: “If he kisses Anna, he’ll kiss me straight after, it’s been equal from day one and it’s always going to be like that.”

The girls also added that they “shower together, we wake up together, we go to bed at the same time, we eat together, we’re hungry together, everything is just the same.”

What did viewers think about the world’s most identical twins?

Viewers weren’t convinced the girls were as identical as they were claiming though.

Some saw a difference in face shape, and others noticed a beauty spot on Lucy’s face.

World’s most identical twins have baby plans

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The world’s most identical twins want to have a baby at the same time (Credit: ITV)

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The twins also spoke about their baby plans.

Ruth said: “You’re now considering having children, but you want to do that at exactly the same time, like you do everything else.”

The girls replied: “We want to experience pregnancy together, we want to do everything alike together, we’ll die together, that’s how it’s going to be.

“It’ll be IVF if we have to go down that road.”

They admitted it would be “a challenge”, but they wanted to do it. They also agreed it could be seen as “obsessive”, but this is how they want to live their lives.

The twins also added they didn’t mind if one of them got pregnant with a boy and the other a girl.

This Morning continues weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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