London, July 23 : As if the chance of meeting and falling in love with identical twin brothers Craig and Mark Sanders was nothing short of a wonder for identical twin sisters Diane and Darlene Nettemeier, things got even better when Diane and Craig beat million to one odds to have identical twins themselves.
It was almost a decade ago that Diane and Darlene met identical twin brothers Craig and Mark, fell in love, and went on a double date to Las Vegas, and won thousands of dollars at poker.
With luck on their side, the twin couples got engaged the same day and went on to marry at a joint ceremony (officially "quarternary marriages"), followed by building a pair of homes, side by side.
And then fate played a perfect set of two when Diane and Craig went on to have identical twins of their own - Colby and Brady, now seven, reports The Telegraph.
This year, Craig, 44, and Diane, 37, are returning to the Twin Day festival in Twinsburg, Ohio, where they met a decade ago in 1998. Giving them company would be their own seven-year-old boys to celebrate their good fortune at being part of a double double-act.