Twin sisters share same BOYFRIEND … Double OR Nothing

Twin sisters from Australia have taken their sisterly bond to the extreme by spending £150,000 on cosmetic surgery to look identical.

The 28-year-old women Anna and Lucy DeCinque from Perth, have had countless cosmetic procedures from lip fillers to breast implants and tattooed eyebrows in a quest to look exactly the same.

From their matching treatments to their identical exercise routines, the brunettes are devoted to being duplicates and never stray from each others’ sight for more than a few moments.

The sisters are so close that they share a phone, a car, a job and a Facebook account. They even share the same bed – and boyfriend.

“We’re dating one boy at the moment,” says Anna. “There are three people in our relationship. We’re sharing.”

“It’s not really weird to us,” explains Lucy. “We have one boyfriend and all three of us share the same bed.

“For guys, in their hearts and dreams, they want two girlfriends.

“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.”

For the last two years, Anna and Lucy have been sharing the same double bed – and for the last twelve months, they have been dating the same guy.

The 4ft 10in twins, who live at home with their mum Jeanna, 71, have dated separate boyfriends before, but they have always been best friends or brothers.

Lucy says: “Every date had to be a double date. It’s always double or nothing.”

From an early age Anna and Lucy were inseparable.

The sisters, born one minute apart, attended the same nursery, primary and secondary school, before enrolling on a beauty course at college – together.

At home, in the sun-soaked suburbs of Perth, the sisters were doted on by their mum Jeanna and their dad Luigi, who passed away four years ago, aged 58.

Lucy says: “Our mum has always been able to tell us apart. But, our dad, not so much.

“He would say, ‘Which one are you?'”

The only way to tell the twins apart is by slight markings on the girls’ faces – the small mole on Lucy’s cheek and a scar on Anna’s forehead.

But, those slight differences go unseen by most – including ex-boyfriends.

Lucy says: “We’ve had fun, especially when we were younger.

“We would swap boyfriends, if we were bored.

“Like, even on the telephone, if I didn’t want to talk to my boyfriend, Anna would take the phone and pretend to be me.

“We would play games like that, and the other person never realised.

“We’ve settled down a bit now.”

From an early age Anna and Lucy were inseparable.

The sisters, born one minute apart, attended the same nursery, primary and secondary school, before enrolling on a beauty course at college – together.

At home, in the sun-soaked suburbs of Perth, the sisters were doted on by their mum Jeanna and their dad Luigi, who passed away four years ago, aged 58.

Lucy says: “Our mum has always been able to tell us apart. But, our dad, not so much.

“He would say, ‘Which one are you?'”

The only way to tell the twins apart is by slight markings on the girls’ faces – the small mole on Lucy’s cheek and a scar on Anna’s forehead.

But, those slight differences go unseen by most – including ex-boyfriends.

Lucy says: “We’ve had fun, especially when we were younger.

“We would swap boyfriends, if we were bored.

“Like, even on the telephone, if I didn’t want to talk to my boyfriend, Anna would take the phone and pretend to be me.