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The pair soon hit it off. By the time John and Nicola married in Octoberwith Rebecca as bridesmaid, the children were inseparable. I never thought of Luke as my step-brother, but more as a friend. There was a definite vibe between Dating my half brothers half brother, but nothing ever happened. But all that changed over Easter in during a family trip to Brighton when Rebecca was 15 and Luke was He was flirting with me and there was a tension between us. I knew something was going to happen. So, over the next three months, the pair did their best to ignore their feelings.
We were flirting and laughing. During the evening he pulled me to one side and asked for my mobile number. Can we meet up again? He only discovered who he really was long after he and his half-sister had got together and had the child. Aged in their 20s and living in Leinster, they have decided to speak out in a bid to help others who might find themselves in a similar situation. The siblings say despite their discovery they are going to have more children But they have to remain anonymous for fear of the impact it might have on their son — or on their lives. Some who know them fear there could be legal repercussions over their relationship, which is illegal in the eyes of the law.
Now they are considering taking a landmark civil case against the judge and a child psychologist involved in the family law case that ultimately sealed their fate by refusing let a child be told the truth about his parentage because of the secrecy that shrouds Irish family law. Speaking to the Irish Mail on Sunday this weekend, the young man at the centre of this staggering tale said he understood how his story might initially make people feel. When I got the phone call with the DNA tests, it was like when you hear about someone you know has died or like when you are in a car crash.
But we will get married and we will have more children. They believe their little boy would be stigmatised by society and singled out for ridicule by his school mates. So instead of using their real names, they have asked to be known as James and Maura. James and Maura met several years ago in a nightclub. Even though they live miles apart, both were out socialising with friends in a town which neither is from. Recalling the first time they met, James explained: We met by chance in a town neither of us is from.
We are very similar in what we like and dislike. We really hit it off. We agreed on everything. It never happened in that way before. After the first week we met every evening.
They called us weird but I’m glad I married my step-brother
Later that year their son, Mark, was born. Vincent had left the family home when James was about 10 galf Ahlf and his mother had drifted even further apart since then. Sadly for them, the encounter, engineered from the best of human motives, uncovered a secret past that both of them will struggle with for many years to come. I started to tell her about my girlfriend and our child. She just put her hands on her face and said: I stayed in the kitchen.