- Kent’s 18-year-old sisters Sherena, Kylie and Alice Terry said dating wasn’t easy
- Finding partners was difficult as lovers compare them to see who is the ‘most beautiful’
- Some men flirt with them all to ‘better their chances’ of going on a date
Similar skewed sisters describe their struggle to find love as difficult as boys constantly compare them to see who is ‘the prettiest’ or chat with them all at the same time to ‘improve your chances’ try to do.
Sherena, 18-year-old from Gravesend, Kent, Kylie and Alice Terry are incredibly close sisters and say they won’t change triplets despite facing daily comments, one of which is ‘beautiful’ or ‘skinny’. Similar sisters are different.
18-year-olds struggle to be ‘their own people’ as boys don’t bother to know their individual personalities, but rather flirt with them all to increase their chances of getting a date.
Sherna, the only triple in a relationship, also faces rude comments saying that her boyfriend should like her sisters because they look alike, making the relationship ‘uncomfortable’ for all the girls.
But the sisters refuse to bring it down and are even making a career in social media and getting paid for viral posts about life as triplets, with videos of them in matching outfits being the hottest. are popular.
Sherena, Kylie, and Alice Terry, 18, from Gravesend, Kent, are incredibly close sisters and say they’re all three to tell about whether one of them is ‘prettier’ or ‘skinnier’, despite facing daily comments. The times will not change. same sisters different
Shereena said: ‘Usually boys compare us in comments on TikTok, saying what they think they are prettier or skinnier and sometimes it can be girls too, but it’s always about our looks. is about.
‘It’s not cool to hear and we think it’s a little weird that people feel the need to write stuff like that.
‘It makes it hard to find love because boys find it a little weird that they’ll have a girlfriend who has two sisters who look like her, it definitely gives them away.
‘We get a lot of people saying ‘your boyfriend should like your sisters because you all look alike’ but it just doesn’t work that way, we all have our own personalities and differences, so it’s a weird It’s a matter.
The sisters said that they find it difficult to be their own person, as people always compare them to each other
‘We understand why people think this way but we are our own people and it’s a little uncomfortable.’
Ellis said: ‘The boys will try and message us all at the same time to increase the chances of us dating, which is very annoying.
‘We tell each other directly that if a guy has messaged us, we don’t reply if it ever happens. Anyway, we don’t have the same type, so we never fought for a boy.’
The girls’ parents Lisa Terry, 49, and Paul Terry, 47, initially thought they had just one child, their first child.
But the 12-week scan revealed an additional, then two, babies, giving first-time parents the shock of their lives as they only planned to have one child.
Sherena, Kylie and Alice, with their mother Lisa, now 49, have always been extremely close
The trio have been compared and confused for each other their entire lives growing up as identical sisters, even by close family and teachers when they dress alike. or wearing the same uniform.
He’s garnered a huge social media following for his striking resemblance and often tests his loyal followers by changing positions in photos and videos, but says longtime fans can now easily tell and notice him.
Although they have a ‘natural’ similarity in fashion and benefit from being able to share clothes, as they get older, girls develop their own style in hopes of presenting their individual identities and being less compared. Is doing.
Alice said: ‘Our teachers used to confuse us a lot so we had to be separated around the class so they would know who.
‘But our friends can tell us much more easily because they know our differences and personalities better.
‘Our nuns, grandfathers, aunts and uncles used to confuse us a lot because even when we were young our mother used to dress us in the same clothes and they still mix us up sometimes.
‘Those who don’t know us well can never tell us apart. We understand why people confuse us but it can be a bit annoying and repetitive at times.
‘Sometimes in our Tiktok videos we switch places to see if people will notice but most people who have been following us for a while will notice.
The trio pictured always loved having the same hairstyle when they were younger and have gone for the same look over the years
It’s hard to find a partner for an 18-year-old who admitted that men are sometimes put off by how similar they look
Pictured, the trio explained, they share the same clothes and makeup because they’re the same size, but have different styles and tastes.
Kylie said: ‘We share clothes and makeup because we are the same size and like a lot of things but we also have our own style which makes us quite different.
‘I think liking similar things comes naturally with triplets.
‘We sometimes like to wear the same clothes especially for tiktok because people like it but then it gets angry when people compare us and say ‘there is a beautiful one in the middle’ or such Some.’
Lisa on vacation in Orlando with her husband Paul, 47, and the trio when the girls were little
The three women pictured have a strong presence online where they share about their lives as triplets
Even though men compare them to see who is the ‘most beautiful’, all three are close and said…