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A married couple has lifted the lid on their relationship after making a joke about becoming polyamorous.
Tom, 25, and his 24-year-old wife Lesley Hillyard tied the knot in 2017 and both knew the other was bisexual.
The couple, who live in East Sussex, decided to take their relationship to the next level after a joke about inviting another woman.
Now two years later, the pair live with their girlfriend Emma Coomber and they've already started discussing having a family.
The trio are committed to each other, sharing everything from a super-king-size bed to household chores and bills, reports Mirror.
Lesley said: "People have such preconceptions about our relationship.
"When people think of throuples they think crazy kinks. It's nothing like that."
She added: "We are all in love with each other. I think some people think we are massive swingers or something but it's just not true.
"We have a loving relationship like other couples – there's just three of us, that's all."
The couple tied the knot in 2017 and three years later they invited another woman into their relationship.
While it started out as a joke, it turned into something a little more when they spoke about exploring their sexuality.
After making the decision, Lesley joined Taimi, an LGBTQ+ dating app where she met Emma, 31, from Wiltshire.
They started talking and met up alone after around a month before Emma was introduced to Tom.
Now the trio have discussed their relationship with their family and friends who are supportive.
Lesley revealed: "It was scary, telling our friends and our family, but they have all been very welcoming. It took a while to adjust.
"Really, we have never had a problem. We did keep it secret at first, in case it didn't work out.
"But our friends are more open to that world now. They have realised there's a lot more to life than just two people."
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When it comes to their intimacy, the throuple enjoy a traditional sex life.
Lesley detailed: "It's either all three of us, just two – it can be whatever. I think sex with women and sex with men are very different.
"I'm straight-down-the-middle bisexual. It's a bit of both. It works very differently when it's all three of us together."
And there are other benefits to a three-way relationship as Tom, Lesley and Emma split the bills.
The chores are much easier too, with each person pulling their weight around the house.
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