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Twins Who Married Twins Gave Birth to Genetic Siblings and Photos of Their “Magical” Family Are Going Viral

They share pretty much every aspect of their lives online, and the photos have repeatedly gone viral.

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Twins Married Twins

It might sound like something out of a movie, but the fact is that identical twins marrying other identical twins in real life is not unheard. For the Salyers twins, it happened.

Brittany and Briana Deane (now Salyers) met their twin husbands, Josh and Jeremy, a number of years ago at a festival in Ohio held specifically for twins—and they fell in love.

“We knew that the chances were incredibly scarce. The stars had to align for our dreams to come true. I get to marry the man of my dreams and at the same time I get to look over next to me and see my twin sister marrying the man of her dreams,” Brittany told People.

A few years later, Brittany and Briana each had a child of their own, which resulted in the birth of two children who are legally cousins but who, due to the fact that they share DNA, are also biologically siblings.

It’s safe to say that the Salyers are quite a unique family.

The six Saylers share pretty much every aspect of their lives on Instagram, and the photos have repeatedly gone viral.

Image credits: salyerstwins
Image credits: salyerstwins
Image credits: salyerstwins
Image credits: salyerstwins
Image credits: salyerstwins

Image credits: salyerstwins

“Sometimes the best things in life come in twos!” the Salyers wrote on Instagram.

“As far as our setup with being in a ‘quaternary marriage’—identical twins married to identical twins, and we’re all living together—of course not everyone is a twin, but having family members who can support you and who you can support, it goes a really long way,” Brittany told People.

The entire family is now making plans to return to the twin festival in Ohio later this month where it all started.

Image credits: salyerstwins

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