Twins who married the same man twice their age want reality show

Twins who married the same man twice their age want reality show

- Olwethu and Owami Mzazi stunned South Africa when they married the same man in 2012

- Their husband, Mzukiseni Mzazi, is almost twice their age

- They now say they want a reality TV show of their own

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The South African twins who married the same man in 2012 now want to have their own reality TV show.

Speaking to Daily Sun, 28-year-old Olwethu and Owami Mzazi said they are happily married to 54-year-old Mzukiseni Mzazi.

The unusual family lives in Roodepoort, Johannesburg, and has two daughters, Briefly.co.za gathered. They said people are curious about their marriage.

Twins Olwethu and Owami Mzazi are married to the same man. Photo credit: Daily Sun/Mbali Dlungwana

Twins Olwethu and Owami Mzazi are married to the same man. Photo credit: Daily Sun/Mbali Dlungwana
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A reality TV show would therefore be an ideal way to share their experience, Owami said. She appealed for funding and related support to make it possible.

Mzukiweni went further to say that a broadcaster is interested in their proposal. Should everything fall into place, shooting would begin in January 2019.

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Owami said since she and Olwethu were never separated while growing up, marrying the same man didn't seem strange to them. She said they "love and enjoy every minute of it."

Owelthu added that their marriage to Mzukiseni is easy because their souls as twin sisters are connected:

We would not have wanted another life. We grew up not wanting anything or anyone to separate us. If we had different husbands, we would not be happy.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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