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Twin sisters married to twin brothers are both PREGNANT

Identical win sisters from Virginia who have shared every milestone together, including marrying identical twin brothers in a joint ceremony — and now both women are pregnant at the same time. 

Brittany and Briana Deane, 33, found the perfect pair of husbands in Josh and Jeremy Salyers, 35, and together the two twosomes tied the knot 'Twice Upon a Time' themed ceremony in August 2018.

Now the couples have announced that they are both expecting and are 'thrilled' to get to raise their children together.

Double the fun! Two sets of identical twins who married each other are now expecting babies at the same time

Seeing double: Brittany and Briana Deane, 33, found the perfect pair of husbands in Josh and Jeremy Salyers, 35

Everything together: Now the couples have announced that they are both expecting and are 'thrilled' to get to raise their children together

Twinning: The couples had a double fairytale wedding in Twinsburg, Ohio in August 2018

Exciting times: Now they are 'grateful to experience overlapping pregnancies and to be able to raise children of the same age together' 

The foursome, who met at a twins festival in 2017, announced their doubly happy news yesterday with a Baywatch-themed photoshoot. 

The Deane sisters both wore red one-pieces with 'Baby Watch' printed on them, while the Salyers twins struck identical poses in their matching red outfits. 

'We are so grateful to experience overlapping pregnancies and to be able to raise children of the same age together,' the couples told DailyMail.com

'Our children will not only be cousins, but full genetic siblings and quaternary multiples!'

On Instagram, they added that they 'can't wait to meet them and for them to meet each other!'

It's all relative! The twins, pictured shortly after getting engaged, revealed that their children will be genetic siblings

Bling bling: The Salyers brothers proposed to the women at the same moment, with identical custom rings by Jerrick's Fine Jewelry, which each featured double infinity symbols

Like looking in a mirror! They married on the same day, with the sisters in matching dresses with identical hair, makeup, and jewelry

Flashback: The brothers are seeing getting dressed on their wedding day

Perfect location: The women carried identical bouquets as they walked down the aisle in Twinsburg Township Square

Everything in twos: Each was helped by a set of twin ring bearers  

Future: The couples had revealed last May that they planned to get pregnant at the same time if they could

The couples had revealed last May on Australia's Today show that they planned to get pregnant at the same time if they could.

'I think there's just something we would love to experience together,' Brittany said.

'We have experienced most milestones of our lives together, birthdays, getting your driver's license, graduations, and our double wedding. 

'This would be the next huge event, and we'd love to experience it together, and ideally we will.'

As for openly planning their lovemaking schedules, Briana said: 'We're in our first year of marriage so we're kind of learning ourselves how that works. Ideally the timing will have to be really good.' 

Lot of twins! There were plenty of other twins at their wedding, with 17 total — including them — posing for a picture together

Moms: The couples live together in the same house, so having children at the same time will mean more hands on deck for needy babies

Wedding memories: The brides beam on their joint big day in 2018

Bros: The grooms are pictured walking down the aisle at their joint wedding

On TV: The event later aired in a TLC special called Our Twinsane Wedding in February of 2019

Her sister Briana chimed in: 'We'll so happy and excited for what happens. Ideally we have a way that we'd hope it would go but we'll be happy with what comes our way.'

The couples live together in the same house, so having children at the same time will mean more hands on deck for needy babies. 

'If we're all going to live under the same roof, then naturally we're going to help each other raise our one big happy family that we have. It's going to be great,' Josh said. 

The Dean sisters and Salyers brothers have earned attention for their unique story, especially after the men proposed to the women with identical custom rings by Jerrick's Fine Jewelry, which each had double infinity symbols coated in diamonds.

The brothers proposed at the same moment, getting down on one knee together in front of their matching brides-to-be — who, naturally, had similar reactions, smiling and holding their hands to their chests.

At home: Recently, they celebrated their second anniversary with a photo of the men in matching pajamas cuddling their wives in matching robes

Online fame: The Dean sisters and Salyers brothers have earned attention for their unique story

Twice the buys: The couples like to match outfits, even on non-special occasions

No solo activities! On Halloween this year, the women dressed as Aurora from Sleeping Beauty, while the men were both Prince Philip

One might think the women would enjoy buying different things and score double the wardrobe — but not so

Fun in the sun: They even wear matching swimsuits at the pool 

The women said 'I do' in Twinsburg, Ohio while wearing identical dresses, and the men in matching tuxedos, with two sets of twins acting as ring bearers.

There were plenty of other twins at their wedding, with 17 total — including them — posing for a picture together in Twinsburg Township Square. 

The event later aired in a TLC special called Our Twinsane Wedding in February of 2019. 

Before meeting the sisters, Jeremy said he and his twin brother Josh had made a vow that they would only marry another set of twins.

'Me and Josh always knew we had to find our twins if we were going to get married — and we told each other that we'll never be able to unless we find a set of twins that we could fall in love with and marry,' Jeremy said.

Safety first: Recently, they even showed off matching face masks — pink for the girls, green for the boys

Promise: Before meeting the sisters, Jeremy said he and his twin brother Josh had made a vow that they would only marry another set of twins

'We got lucky enough to find them, we couldn't be happier,' Jeremy said

Wait a minute... Their identical faces and outfits surely cause confusion for strangers

Surprise... The couple didn't reveal when the babies are due or if they know the genders

'We got lucky enough to find them, we couldn't be happier.'  

The sisters were also lucky to find a set of twins who are also happy to dress identically, as they often do. They frequently pose for pictures with both sets of twins in identical outfits.

Recently, they even showed off matching face masks — pink for the girls, green for the boys.  

They wear matching swimsuits to the pool, and on Halloween, they wear the same costumes. This year, the women dressed as Aurora from Sleeping Beauty, while the men were both Prince Philip.

Recently, they celebrated their second anniversary with a photo of the men in matching pajamas cuddling their wives in matching robes.  


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