Twin sisters are known to share everything together from looks, clothes, Facebook — even a boyfriend? Australian twins, Anna and Lucy DeCinque from Perth, Australia, have committed themselves to sharing one life together that includes spending $200,000 in plastic surgeries and sharing the same boyfriend. The 28-year-old DeCinque girls candidly admit there are three people in their relationship, as they colloquially put: They are simply “sharing.”

Twin sisters share everything in life, even the same boyfriend Anna and Lucy DeClinque share one life that includes spending $200K in cosmetic surgeries to sharing the same boyfriend.

“It’s not really weird to us,” said Lucy about sharing a boyfriend, news.com.au reported. “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.” “We’re all together when we have sex, and if we like the same guy, so be it.” The boyfriend who they share, Ben Byrne, is an electrician and also a twin, according to PerthNow. The DeCinque sisters declined to reveal more details about the boyfriend because they “want to be protective of him.” 

Twin sisters share everything in life, even the same boyfriend Anna and Lucy DeCinque wear the same body-hugging mini dresses with matching stilettos, and accessories.

Twin sisters share everything in life, even the same boyfriend Anna and Lucy DeCinque wear the same boy-hugging mini dresses with matching stilettos, and accessories.

Although sharing a boyfriend seems to be the twins’ most severe extremity, they have spent a fortune on cosmetic surgery to erase any tiny differences that may remain. The girls’ mother could always tell her daughters apart because of Lucy’s small mole on her cheek and Anna’s scar on her forehead. Anna’s scar was due to a childhood accident from a bump in the bathroom — one of the few things the sisters did not do together, according to the Daily Mail

Twin sisters share everything in life, even the same boyfriend DeCinque twin sisters have spent a fortune on cosmetic surgery such as breast implants, lip enhancements, and tattooed eyebrows.

The twins have used their desire to be more identical for a good cause — to help the elderly. Anna and Lucy serve meals to the elderly as they split the shifts and the paycheck to pay for their body-hugging size 8 mini-dress and matching stilettos. The girls have been made aware of the possibility of separation — such as one of them getting married, moving away, or dying. However, Lucy blatantly says, “We can’t imagine a day when we’re not in each other’s company. And, to be honest, I don’t think that would ever happen.”