Triplets lift lid on awkward dating life as men compare them and flirt with sisters

Identical triplets have revealed their dating struggles as they say guys often compare them to identify them.

Sherena, Kayley and Elise Terry, from Kent, are really close siblings and say they wouldn’t change anything about being triplets.

But despite this, the 18-year-olds face daily comments about which one of them is “prettier” or “skinnier” in a bid to tell them apart.

Usually they have to fight to “be their own people” because boys don’t bother to get to know their individual personalities.

Instead lads just flirt with all of them to increase their chances of getting a date.

Currently Sherena is the only triplet in a relationship, but she also faces rude comments.

She said: “It’s normally boys that compare us in comments on TikTok, saying which one they think is prettier or skinner.”

The sisters grew up having similar styles until they got older

Sherena added: “Sometimes it can be girls as well, but it’s always about our looks.

“It’s not nice to hear and we just think it’s a bit weird that people feel the need to write that kind of stuff.

“It makes it harder to find love because boys find it a bit weird that they’d have a girlfriend that has two sisters that look just like her.

“We get people saying ‘your boyfriend must fancy your sisters because you all look the same’ but it just doesn’t work like that.

“We all have our own personalities and differences so it’s just a bit of a strange thing to say.”

Sherena, Kayley and Elisa Terry
They say people just flirt with them all to boost their chances of a date

Elisa added: “Boys will try and message all of us at the same time to increase their chances of getting a date, which is very annoying.

“We tell each other straight away if a boy has messaged us so if it ever happens we just don’t reply.

“We don’t have the same type anyway so we’ve never fought over a boy.”

The girls’ parents Lisa, 49, and Paul, 47, initially thought they were just having one baby, their first child.

But a 12-week scan revealed an extra one, then two babies, giving the first-time parents the shock of their lives.

The triplets have been compared and confused for one another their entire lives, even by close family and teachers.

They have gained a large social media following for their striking similarity and often test their fans by switching places in snaps.

Although they have a “natural” similarity in fashion sense, as they got older the girls developed their own styles.

Kayley said: “We share clothes and make-up because we’re the same size, but we do have our own styles which make us different.

“I think liking a lot of the same things comes naturally with being triplets.”

Sherena, Kayley and Elisa Terry when they were born
Their parents were expecting one child until an ultrasound revealed another baby, then a third

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Despite the pitfalls of being identical, the sisters say they wouldn’t change a thing about being triplets.

Sherena revealed: “We really enjoy being triplets because we can always hang out together.

“We have a really strong bond and we do everything together, we’re best friends.

“We have the same friendship group and hobbies as well – we do ballroom and Latin dancing together.”

Elisa admitted: “When we move out it’ll be quite weird after being so used to always being together. We will have to get used to it.”


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