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Twins who married twins mark Easter by introducing husbands to mom’s family

By Brooke Villanueva Published Apr 10, 2023 5:30 pm

What a way to celebrate Easter!

Female twins Brittany and Briamna Salyers made Easter Sunday special by introducing their twin husbands to their mom’s family for the first time ever. 

In a PEOPLE interview before their visit to their mom’s home in Delaware, Brianna expressed her excitement to introduce Josh and Jeremy to their loved one “and to have them be part of the Easter tradition," which includes an Easter egg hunt as well as a party with the Easter bunny. 

The twin couples crossed paths at a twins festival in Ohio held in 2017. A year later, Brittany married Josh while Brianna tied the knot with Jeremy in a joint wedding ceremony. They welcomed their own children—both boys—a few years later. 

As explained by PEOPLE, their kids “are cousins but more genetically similar to siblings—and considered quaternary twins—because their parents are identical twins married to identical twins.” It’s also known as “quaternary marriage.”

All six of them live in a big house in Virginia, sharing various milestones as one family.

“We do everything as a family—we’re really inseparable,” Brianna said in a previous interview with the same publication. “It’s like this magical existence.”

According to PEOPLE, their Easter holiday will be followed with weekly nuptials because part of their mansion serves as a wedding venue that's being managed by Josh and Jeremy. Brittany and Brianna, meanwhile, are both lawyers who follow a work-from-home setup.