Twin sisters who married identical brothers both welcomed a baby just three months apart.

Briana and Brittany Deane, 35, from Virginia, US, and twins Josh and Jeremy Salyers are parents to Jax and Jett.

The boys, who are both one, share the same DNA, which means they're genetically brothers.

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The cousins, who are essentially siblings, make the couples one of 300 quaternary families in the world.

Speaking with NBC News, Brittany, mum to Jett and married to Josh, said the boy's unique situation makes them more close.

Brittany said: "They were born to identical twin parents less than nine months apart.

"Twins married to twins who both have babies at the same time."

And the foursome even share a home together, as well as a bank account.

Jeremy feels as though he's a parent to Jett, as much as he is to his own little boy Jax.

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He told Entertainment Tonight: "I feel like I’m Jett's parent and I think [Josh] feels the same way about Jax.

"We're raising the kids together so it feels like just one family unit."

Brittany and Briana met Josh and Jeremy at a festival for twins in 2017, and both men popped the question six months later.

The couples received a lot of attention that their wedding even aired in a TLC special called Our Twinsane Wedding.

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There were around 15 sets of twins on the guest list at their nuptials.

They married in Twinsburg, Ohio, in August 2018, wearing identical dresses.

A couple of years later in 2020, they announced the news of their shared pregnancies with a Baywatch-themed photoshoot.

Their engagement was so special where both the men popped the question at the same time with identical custom rings.

Josh and Jeremy had vowed to each other that they would only ever marry another set of twins.

Jeremy said: "Me and Josh always knew we had to find our twins if we were going to get married.

"We told each other that we'll never be able to unless we find a set of twins that we could fall in love with and marry.

"We got lucky enough to find them, we couldn't be happier."

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