In a remarkable coincidence, a couple who each have an identical twin now have identical twin children.
Twins Craig and Mark Sanders both met their future wives, twins Darlene and Diane Nettemeier, at a twin convention in 1998. The two brothers proposed a year later and tied the knot in a double wedding ceremony. As if that wasn't enough twins, Diane and Craig later went on to have two children who, unbelievably, were also identical twins.
The odds of having identical twins are approximately 3 in every 1000 births, however the odds of this happening to parents who themselves both have identical twin siblings are staggeringly remote.
"The families have a shared backyard in Houston that allows the children to all play together."
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