Doug and Jill have lived under the same roof for 24 years with their brother and sister, Phil and Jena, who are also married. Their large family home is located in Moscow, Idaho. There are only 250 twins in the world, which makes the Malm family story even more unusual.
Sometimes Phil and Doug accidentally switch places where they usually sit at home for breakfast, leaving their wives in a daze, wanting to kiss their spouses goodbye before heading off to work. Besides, the work of the sisters is the same as that of the brothers.
Jill and Jena dress the same. They have jackets in their favorite blue color, as well as red jackets. Phil struggles to figure out where his wife is and where his stepdaughter is. “Unfortunately, sometimes I can’t tell them apart. »
Doug and Jill have a daughter, Riley, who is 19, while Phil and Jena have an 18-year-old son, Tim.
The siblings met at the Twins Festival in 1991. The sisters, whose maiden name is Lassen, traveled to the event with their mother from their native Battlecreek, Michigan.
While they were enjoying the vacation, they accidentally broke the camera and no one could help them deal with it. “We ended up going to two guys and asking them something like, ‘Do you know what that red light on the camera means?
They said they didn’t know, but they could try to help,” says Jena. And that’s how this wonderful story began.