One in a million case: Twins marry twins and their children are considered... twin brothers
Twin boys married twin girls and had sons just a few months apart who are considered... twin brothers.
One of the rare cases that you will usually come across in some old soap opera, is the specific where twins boys married twin girls and had sons just a few months apart who they claim are considered… twins brothers.
Specifically twin sisters Brittany and Briana are not only married to another set of twins, Josh and Jeremy Salyers, but both couples live in the same town, Virginia, United States, and both became mothers just a few months apart.
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In January 2021 Josh and his wife Brittany welcomed Jett Salyers, their first child. Just a few months later, in April, Jett and Briana saw Jax Salyers, the couple's young son. “I am so proud of my beautiful wife, Briana, and how well she has done. He was so strong and brave and did an amazing job. I am grateful that our children are growing up together!” says Jett's post.
Jax and Jett may be cousins, but technically they have a peculiarity that few people have: their genes are that of two brothers.
According to the parents, their children are "Cousins, genetic siblings and quadratic twins", as they commented on their networks. Since both parents of both marriages are identical twins, this means they also have identical DNA.
Many netizens have suggested taking a DNA test to prove their point, but the parents argue that there would be no way, as having genetics on their side is "more than obvious the result".