Emily and Haley Ferguson's parents clearly taught their daughters how to share. How do we know this? They're dating the same guy on The Bachelor.
Ben Higgins did a double-take when he saw the blonde sisters exit the limo together during the premiere, eventually enveloping them in a group hug. While some viewers have speculated that we may seem some sibling rivalry between the twins during the season, Emily and Haley told E! News' Zuri Hall that Ben won't come between them.
"We're just not very competitive," Haley insisted during a break from the group date both twins will go in in episode two, airing on Monday. "We have a mutual understanding of what's going on here. So we discussed this before we even came on to meet Ben."
Emily added, "We've talked about it, it doesn't really matter. Whoever Ben clicks with is just the better twin, obviously! It's up to Ben, it's not up to us!"
Still, with no competition between the sisters, you would think the other remaining contenders for Ben's heart would be feeling competitive, right? "Honestly, they have such a good group of girls this season. It has been amazing," Haley gushed, denying any drama with the other women. "We came in expecting to have the catty girls, the girls with really big, huge personalities that are really hard to get along with, but they did really good this season."
To hear more from the twins on competing for the same guy and if either of them feels a "romantic connection" with Ben yet, press play on our interview with Haley and Emily above.
The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.