Born in 1997 to a white father and a half-Jamaican mother, the sisters have grown accustomed to getting mistaken for being just friends and they have even had to produce their birth certificates in order to prove they are in fact related, Barcroft Media reports.
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“No one ever believes we are twins because I am white and Maria is black,” Lucy explained. “Even when we dress alike, we still don’t even look like sisters, let alone twins.”
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After giving birth Donna Douglas, the twins’ mom, did a double take as she looked for the initial time at her daughters.
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Because clearly things like skin color don’t appear on scans before arrival It was such a shock for her,” Lucy said. “So she’d no thought that we were distinct. When the midwife given us both to her, she was only speechless.”
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When it comes to the girls’ characters, they can be not almost as same as their appearances.
Lucy, who has an extremely fair complexion and reddish hair, studies design and art at Gloucester College, based on Barcroft.
Studies psychology and law at Cheltenham College. They’ve three siblings, who all have assorted skin color.
“All our older brothers and sisters have a skin color that is in between I and Maria,” Lucy said. “we’re at opposite ends of the spectrum and they’re all somewhere in between.”
Lucy says one of the amazing things about having a twin who looks totally different is that individuals don’t mistake them for one another.
We were in the exact same category at infant school, but no one had a trouble telling us ” she described. Most twins look like two peas in a pod — but Maria and I couldn’t seem more distinct if we tried. We do like we’ve the exact same parents, let alone having been born at the same seem