Because both sets of parents are IDENTICAL TWINS, they share the same DNA. Their mothers are identical twins who married identical twin brothers. As a result, the two babies are not just cousins, but also "genetic brothers." If they performed a DNA test, it would show that they are not siblings. Their parents met at a twins festival in 2017 and married a year later. They are now all living in the same house.
If they are identical twins, they share the same DNA, and in this case, both mothers and fathers are identical twins, so they share the same DNA, so those boys are born to separate parents because both females share the same DNA and both males share the same DNA, so if the children are mixed up and DNA is used to determine who's child it is, it will be impossible because both children will get the same results. Though it appears to be wonderful, I would not do it, but to each his own.
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