NewsThe Kaulitz brothers on their "marriage for three"

The Kaulitz brothers on their "marriage for three"

They already have a special relationship: the twin brothers Tom and Bill Kaulitz are only available in pairs.

Berlin – The Tokio Hotel brothers Tom and Bill Kaulitz, who are celebrating their 32nd birthday this Wednesday (September 1st), have a very special twin relationship. "We can feel at a distance how the other is doing," said Bill Kaulitz in an interview with the editorial network Germany (RND).

“For example, I had a car accident once, Tom felt it.” Brother Tom adds that he called Bill before the accident, “because I had a bad feeling”. At the time, his brother didn't take it seriously, and has been doing it ever since.

Because of the intimate relationship, it doesn't bother the two that since Tom Kaulitz's wedding with model Heidi Klum there has been a joke about a "marriage for three". "I think we even said about the marriage for three ourselves, because it's a little bit true," said Tom Kaulitz to the RND. “This is something new for people who are not familiar with a twin connection. We'll come in a double pack. ”The other way around, it wouldn't work for him either if Bill had a partner he didn't like or who wouldn't like him. dpa

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