- The photos of twin brothers who married twin sisters have become popular online and people cannot stop talking about them
- The couples wore matching resplendent colors that gave a sense of class and sweet taste in fashion
- Many who reacted to their photos offered prayers as some wondered if there would not be a case of mistaken identities
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The pictures of twin couples have gone viral online as many marvelled at the fact that they married people who are like them.
In a series of photos that were shared by Instagram handle northern_habiscuss, the twin brothers and twin sisters could be seen posing in their colourful garments.
It is cuteness overload as the new couples smiled for the camera. Their photos could even serve as materials for people who are in lack of traditional styles to sew.
In one of their photos, the twin couples paired up and held each other as the ladies locked eyes with their men in a lovely way.
See their photos below:
Below are some of the comments their photos got on the platform:
"This is sooo adorable. I will make sure to keep all the crazy thoughts in my head. Hope they will not be staying in the same house? Before we accidentally start hugging each other mistakingly."
"Masha Allah. I once saw a picture of twins dat got married to twins n both of them gave birth to twins on the same day."
"I thought it was a mirror picture didn’t look well. Masha Allah."
"My Cousin brothers!! thanks so much malama. Yan Aji let's include them in our prayers."
"I hope there wouldn't be confusion somewhere."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the photos of triplet sisters marrying triplet brothers in Nigeria went viral.
The marriage took place in Enugu state. Pictures of the wedding surfaced on the internet on Sunday, June 7, as the name of the brothers were given as Kenechukwu, Chinedu, and Chukwuebuka.
The sisters’ names are Okwuoma, Dumalu and Chinwe. It was gathered that the wedding ceremony which occurred on the same day was attended by close family members and friends.
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