Identical twin sisters are marrying identical twins brothers - and they all plan to live together
'I'm just really thankful that we met two girls, not just because they're twins, but they grew up the same as we did'
Identical twin sisters plan to wed identical twin brothers in Michigan – one day apart – and plan to all move in together.
The love story of the two pairs of twins began with Kassie Bevier and Nicholas Lewan who met in psychology class at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. In an interview with NBC, Ms Bevier explained that her professor at the time had asked the class to raise their hands if they had a twin sibling – both Ms Bevier and Mr Lewan raised their hands and the rest was history.
“Both him and I raised our hands, and then he turned around and saw me,” Ms Bevier said.
“That was it,” Mr Lewan chimed in.
Soon after, Ms Bevier and Mr Lewan attended church together and they both brought their twin siblings along. As it was, Ms Bevier’s twin sister, Krissie Bevier, later agreed to go on a date with Mr Lewan’s twin, Zack Lewan. Eventually, Ms Bevier told the Jackson Citizen Patriot that 90 per cent of their dates turned into double dates.
Although the 24-year-old pairs have emphasised their individualism who “work differently” and “have different interests” they all experienced one memorable moment together at the same time – their engagements. The Lewan brothers proposed to the Bevier sisters at the same time during a family trip last year.
“I'm just really thankful that we met two girls, not just because they're twins, but they grew up the same as we did,” Zack Lewan said.
The twin duos will get married one day apart on 3, August and 4, August in Michigan. According to the newspaper. The Beviers and Lewans will move in together into a two-bedroom apartment as the sisters finish their doctorates in physical therapy.
“There is a woman at our church who was like, 'You guys just need to marry brothers and get a duplex,'” Krissie Bevier said. “And we were just like, 'Oh, OK, that's a funny story.' But it just became our reality.”