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Identical Triplets Have Joint Wedding

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It's a three-peat! Triplets Rafaela, Rochele and Tagiane Bini already share the same birthday, and now share another very important day - their wedding! The three identical triplets tied the knot on the same day wearing matching dresses as well as similar hairstyles and hair accessories.

The three women from Passo Fundo, southern Brazil, each put their own subtle stamp on their look by opting for slightly different dress straps. However, friends and family who were perhaps sat further at the back of the ceremony were able to distinguish the siblings apart thanks for the different coloured bouquets that they carried.

It seems their husbands didn't have any trouble in spotting their bride's to be as walked down the aisle, although there have been occasions where their husbands have got the three sisters muddled up. Speaking to the Daily Mail, Rafael, who married Rafaela, spoke about how the girls sometimes deliberately confused their fiancés.

"There was a time when we were all in the kitchen making dinner. 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 realized I'd got the wrong girl," said Rafael. 

On the big day, though, the men insisted they didn't have a problem recognizing their future wives.

"Oh yes, I knew which one was mine, for sure," said Eduardo, who married Taginae. "I knew as soon as she entered the church, she was the most beautiful."

However, a triple wedding doesn't come without raising a number of logistical issues, including how the girls father, Pedro, a farmer would walk all three of his daughters down the aisle at the same time. However, it seems the family agreed on a compromise.

"We decided that we would all walk down the aisle until half way down the church," said Pedro. "From there, I would take one at a time."

The pews at the cathedral, Nossa Senhora Aparecida, in Passo Fundo were also moved apart to allow more space for the three brides to walk down the aisle together.

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