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Brittany and Briana (née Deane) and Josh and Jeremy Salyers enjoy double the newlywed bliss, after the identical twin sisters married identical twin brothers in a “double fairy tale” ceremony that marked a respective “a lifelong dream” for the foursome.
On Aug. 4 of last year, the Virginia brides and Maryland grooms tied the knot on the Ohio’s Twins Days festival, exactly a year after the meeting in the famous Twinsburg to collect.
Briana and Jeremy (left) and Brittany and Josh (right) tied the knot in Ohio the Twins Days festival on Aug. 4, 2018, exactly one year after the meeting in the famous Twinsburg to collect.
Now, the two new Mr. and Mrs. Salyers have given fans an unprecedented glimpse of their twin healthy life with never-before-seen footage of their big day – and life – with a new TLC special governing “Our Twinsane Wedding.”
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In honor of the occasion, the couples spoke exclusively with Fox News Lifestyle, share what it is to live all together under one roof, the strangest question they are asked, their thoughts about returning to television, and their hopes for starting a family in 2019.
Now, the two new Mr. and Mrs. Salyers have given fans an unprecedented glimpse of their twin healthy life with never-before-seen footage of their big day – and life – with a new tv special.
FOX NEWS: How has the “double” adjustment to the newlywed life been the last few months?
“I would say that our first few months of marriage have been a whirlwind of fun and get used to the marriage and the four of us live together, that a dynamic,” Briana said. )The four today lives in Virginia.)
“With all four live together under one roof, there is a lot of double dates,” Brittany laughed, detailing that the couples, of course, each went on dates as individual couples.
The couples honeymooned in Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Do you have certain challenges in these early days of your weddings?
“We are tired!” the sisters agreed with a laugh, in which that life is “go go go” — though they “like it that way.” After marrying in August, the couples went on a double honeymoon to Prince Edward Island – the stay in the “same resort, different rooms” – and are busy with their career and with the filming of their tv special since then.
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What is the strangest question you are asked as the twins is married?
“We get a lot of questions about our living situation, and [we get], predominantly positive reactions when people find out about it,” Jeremy said. “We do not mind to talk about it.”
“I would like to add that we all know we are eccentric, socially eccentric,” Briana added. “I would say that the only thing that we get a lot [is] that people always ask if we switch partners, I hope that we have explained that we are not!”
“We remain open to return to television in some capacity,” the twin brides agreed, noting that she is susceptible to “the right opportunity”
Have you set any special traditions in your new family?
“We have a tradition that we are so excited to start this year [on Valentine’s day] is the view of our television proposal,” Briana said.
“We [also] have plans to attend the Twins Day festival every year,” Josh revealed.
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“We hope to start our family, we hope that you will become pregnant around the same time. If we do, we want to be like a baby moon. We play the year, according to which” Brittany revealed.
What are your collective plans for 2019?
“We hope to start our family, we hope that you will become pregnant around the same time. If we do that, we would like to go on a babymoon. We play the year, according to which” Brittany revealed.
“If we have a babymoon, we return to the place of the honeymoon, a small reunion trip there,” Briana presented.
“We hope the additions to happen around the same time to be expanding our family here at the same time,” Josh added.
Would you ever consider returning to the small screen?
“We remain open to return to television in some capacity,” the twin brides agreed, noting that she is susceptible to “the right opportunity.”
“We are grateful for everyone who voted in [look at our special] — it meant a lot to us,” Brittany said.
“It is a great ride, but it seems very unlikely,” her husband Josh added.
“I just wanted to add that for me and Josh to get married with the twin women of our dreams – life, together – we are so grateful,” his brother, Jeremy, said.
“It’s wonderful,” Brittany said, adding that some people have said that the bride and groom that they “owe it to the world” to continue to share their incredible story of love and travel with the public.
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