Twin sisters fall in love with twin brothers – and now they all live together

Growing up, Venessa and Kerissa D’Arpino felt like no one else understood their close twin bond.

But now, the sisters have boyfriends who know exactly what it’s like – because they are also identical twins.

Venessa and Kerissa, 25, met identical brothers Lucas and Jacob Sealby in June last year in their town of Medford, Oregon, USA.

In what the pair describe as a ‘one in a million’ chance, the twin girls, who both work as personal trainers, were introduced to the 29-year-old boys through a mutual friend – and they quickly fell in love.

Now, all four of them live together in their own home.

Venessa said: ‘My sister and I grew up as best friends and were always by each other’s side.

‘Nobody knows us like we know each other, and we always the other’s back. We have a deep connection and have experienced all our large milestones together.

‘We never imagined we would fall in love with another set of twins.

‘The story of how we all met is really one in a million. One of my clients is a nurse who treated Lucas at the hospital urgent care.

‘She told me that he was a twin and she thought the two boys would get on really well with my twin sister and I.

‘I gave her my permission to give him my number, and Lucas reached out to me the next day.’

They had a double date together and once home, the girls told each other it felt like love at first sight.

Kerissa, the older twin, fell for eldest Jacob, while younger twins Venessa and Lucas felt a connection.

The couples officially started dating less than a week later.

b are both the older twins – while Venessa and Lucas were both born second.

Kerissa added: ‘It was really exciting when we all got together on our very first date.

‘They say when you know, you know. We had feelings straight away and fell in love very quickly.

‘The more we all talked, the more we connected and it just felt meant to be.’

Three months after getting together, they decided to move into a house for the four of them.

Now, they often get stares and questions from strangers when out in public together.

Venessa said: ‘Of course, we know what we all look like, so we don’t get each other confused.

‘But for strangers we come across in public, we’ve been told it’s like seeing double.

‘As we are two sets of identical twins, it can be really difficult for others to tell us apart.

‘We are all best friends and get along so well. Now that we live together, we are even closer than ever.

‘We love each other’s company and are always having fun.’

Although still early days, the girls would both love to get married in the future and might even have a double wedding.

Kerissa said: ‘Our friends and family think we have met our clones in the opposite gender, that we are definitely made for each other.

‘Marriage is high on our priority list in the next couple of years. We are not sure about having a double wedding.

‘It is not something we really want at this time, but everyone wishes we would. After all, two parties are better than one so we will see!’

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