- Identical twin brothers are fathers-to-be after learning that their identical twin wives are expecting their first children
- The Salyers twins, Josh and Jeremy, and their wives, Brittany and Briana, made the announcement through social media
- In a post uploaded to Instagram they confirmed that their children would not only be cousins but genetically siblings
Identical twin sisters, Brittany and Briana wed identical twin brothers, Josh and Jeremy, in a themed "Twice Upon a Time" ceremony last year. This year, the identical twin couples announced that both couples are expecting.
Brittany, Briana, Josh and Jeremy all live under one roof and have been planning a synchronised pregnancy. They explained that their children would be regarded as full genetic siblings and cousins.
The 33-year-old twin sisters have marked every milestone in their life together, from birthdays and graduations all the way to sharing their wedding day.
Briefly.co.za took to the comment section under the pregnancy announcement image to see what people had to say to the soon to be parents.
"My twin and I had the same due date and our babies were born a day apart. So fun!"
"This is so exciting! When I first started following you guys I googled the genetics of what your babies would be to each other. So cool that your babies will be genetic siblings! You must all be so excited to experience this together! Congratulations!!!!"
"That's awesome, congrats, I've been waiting."
"Also if one of your children commits a crime it's going to be so hard for investigators to figure out!"
In other news about twins, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Sphelele Mzimela who finally gave birth to twin sons. Sphelele Mzimela has given birth to her twins after experiencing a long, difficult journey. The actress had attempted to keep her pregnancy under wraps despite it being leaked after she allegedly fainted on stage.
Uzalo discharged Mzimela from her role as Mazaza but it remains unclear if the pregnancy was the issue at hand. Sphelele had earlier revealed that she had attempted to conceive for numerous years without any luck, too afraid to find out why from a doctor just in case she was unable to.
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