Here's a fun story, and no, this is reportedly not an April's Fools' Day trick: Daily Mail reports that 29-year-old Brazilian triplets Rafaela, Rochele, and Tagiane Bini all got married on the same day, at the same church, to three very similar-looking men.
They even wore the same dress and styled their hair and makeup the same way for the big day. But they did carry different coloured bouquets, lest anyone get confused about who was whom.
One of the grooms admitted that he worried he wouldn't recognise his would-be wife the day of and said that the triplets had sometimes confused them before: "There was a time when we were all in the kitchen making dinner," Rafael, who married Rafaela, said. "So Rochele, who is Gabriel's, was doing stuff at the sink, and Rafaela was at the stove. We were there chatting and they changed places. I went behind to hug her, and said, 'Oops' when I realised I'd got the wrong girl."
Apparently, it was the parents of the brides who suggested they all get married on the same day (I can't say I blame them; can you imagine trying to plan three different weddings?), so they called the Nossa Senhora Aparecida Catholic church in Passo Fundo and made the arrangements, and that's how the three sisters, plus their 18 bridesmaids and page boys all ended up walking down the aisle at the same time. No word on if they're all going on the same honeymoon.
From the editors of Cosmopolitan.com