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We’re in love already; not breaking up - Couple says after realising they’re half-siblings

A couple, Kyle and Brianna, recently uncovered a shocking truth about their relationship—they share the same father.

We’re in love already; not breaking up - Couple says after realising they’re half-siblings

Despite the startling revelation, the Kenyan couple insists their love is unwavering and they have no intention of breaking up.

In an exclusive interview with Presenter Ali, Kyle and Brianna recounted the series of events that led to the unsettling discovery. It all began innocently enough when friends pointed out their striking resemblance and suggested they meet. Little did they know, their connection ran deeper than mere physical similarities.

"We met at a party and hit it off instantly," Kyle recounted, as quoted by TUKO.co.ke. "We had so much in common, and it just felt right to be together." Their relationship blossomed, culminating in them deciding to move in together. "We were in blissful ignorance, thinking we had found our perfect match," Brianna added.

However, their bliss was shattered when a casual conversation led to the revelation of their shared parentage. "I was scrolling through my phone and showed him a picture of my dad," Brianna recalled. "To my disbelief, he told me it was his dad too." The shock of realizing they were siblings was palpable. "It was like a punch to the gut," Kyle admitted. "Discovering you're dating your own sister is something you never expect to hear."

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Adding to the complexity of the situation, Kyle divulged that his relationship with his father had been strained for years. "My dad abandoned my mom and me when I was young," he revealed. "Learning he had another family didn't come as a surprise, but the fact that I unknowingly fell in love with my own sister was devastating."

Despite the tumultuous circumstances, both Kyle and Brianna are adamant about the strength of their bond. "We're not going to let this tear us apart," Brianna declared. "We love each other deeply, and that's not going to change." Kyle echoed her sentiment, emphasizing that their commitment to each other transcends the shocking revelation. "We've been through so much together, and we're not about to give up now," he affirmed.

Their determination to stay together is unwavering, with plans for the future still intact. "We're even talking about starting a family," Brianna revealed. "We refuse to let this define us or our future."

A romantic relationship between siblings is considered incestuous and sacrilegious, especially in Africa.

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