Malaysian-born, Norwegian-Chinese twins Teh May Wan and Teh Choy Wan, now 32, have come a long way from the time they fi rst hit the fashion radar - May in 2002 and Choy in 2004 - as models in shoots for designer labels such as Marc Jacobs, Furla, Chopard and Bvlgari.
Later, they were MTV Asia VJs and hosted a show called Double Trouble where they interviewed celebs such as Michael Buble, Craig David, Jamie Cullum, as well as Taiwanese hip hop group Machi.
This was followed by other hosting gigs, including reality TV shows in Malaysia - Star Celeb for May and Cornetto Love? Perhaps 2 for Choy.
Needless to say, it was only a matter of time before they starred in their fi rst movie, 881, playing the singing and dancing Durian Sisters.
Then May married Indonesian businessman Audric Haryadi in 2009 and became a stay-at-home mum with two gorgeous daughters, Leala and Siena. Now she also bakes and ices cakes for Seraphina Cakes, her own online store, and freelances as an entertainer and host.
Choy, who still acts and hosts, was sad when May tied the knot because, according to May, who's older by a minute: "The transition was huge for us both. The most painful part was when I moved to Jakarta, but it's all good now as I am back in Singapore and we live five minutes away from each other."
Choy herself will soon be marrying Indonesian Michael Tanujaya, head of Investment and Development for Landlease in Japan. He proposed in September while they were on holiday in New York City last year.
May wasn't surprised: "She follows me [in whatever I do]. If you look at our dating history, she always ends up with someone similar to my guy.
"At first, she told me she'd never go for an Indonesian man, but look where we are now! She even had the full works for her wedding engagement ceremony - she tailored a qipao, hired a professional photographer and caterers, and more.
She's enjoying it and that's great."