Old Lady Who Is Certain Her Husband Is Infertile Meets 2 Young Men Who Look Exactly like Him – Story of the Day

Harry and Lucy never had children because he told her about his infertility. But one day, she went to a coffee shop and was shocked by the cashier and the barista. They were twins and looked exactly like her husband in his youth. Lucy confronted Harry and uncovered the shocking truth of his past.

After her weekly trip to the grocery store, Lucy decided to stop by the local coffee shop near her house in Seattle to get some tea and rest. She watched fondly as two women pushed strollers through the street and wished for the millionth time that she had had her own children.

She was married to a great man, Harry. They loved each other dearly, but he told her early in her relationship that he was infertile. Regardless, she fell in love and accepted that kids were not on the horizon for her. Years later, she regretted not convincing him to adopt or pursue fertility treatments.

“Oh, well. Life’s too short for these regrets,” she mumbled to herself and entered the coffee shop at last. She stood in line for the cashier and looked at the menu above the counter to see what else she wanted. But Lucy stopped short when she reached the cashier. He was new, and something about his face shocked her.

We’ve been looking for answers for many years.
“Hello, ma’am. What can I get you today?” the young man at the register asked, trying to get her attention, but Lucy was frozen in place. “Ma’am? Ma’am?”

“Oh, right. Yes, can I have green tea and a blueberry scone?” she ordered when she finally unfroze. The young man took her card and told her to wait at a table as he would bring her order in a few minutes. Lucy walked to an empty table, but she never took her eyes off the man. Then she noticed the person working behind him.

The barista looked just like him. They must be twins, she assured herself, and her eyes watched them intently. She was so shocked because they both looked exactly like her husband. They had to be relatives, but Harry only had one sister, who gave birth to two girls. But these two young men had to be related to her husband somehow.

They say that everyone in the world has a doppelganger, but this is different, she thought.

“Well, odds are that he might be our biological father. Anyone could be. We are orphans. Our mother died in childbirth, and apparently, our father ran away when he saw we were both born with a slight deformity on our legs,” Oliver continued shrugging.

“Oh dear. I’m so sorry about that,” Lucy started. “But my husband would’ve never abandoned his children. Also, he’s infertile so it would be impossible.”

“Ah well. That’s too bad. We’ve been looking for answers for many years. Anyway, I have to go back to work. Enjoy your tea,” Oliver commented, smiled, and went back to his post at the register.

Lucy left the café with a nagging feeling in her heart. She didn’t want to mistrust her husband, but something about Oliver’s story was too compelling. She had never questioned Harry when he talked about infertility, but what if it wasn’t true? What if he had lied?

Therefore, she asked Harry to get tea with her at the café and introduced him to Oliver, and his brother also came to say hello.