Zoe Saldana is enjoying life with her one-year-old twin boys, Bowie and Cy as she’s starting to see an incredible bond between the pair.

 

The Star Trek actress and her husband, Marco Perego married in 2013 and welcomed their boys in November, 2014.

 

Speaking with E! News the actress spoke about life with Bowie and Cy.

 

“They let us know that they are identical in many ways.

 

“They do a lot of physical things that kind of freak us out.”

 

But it seems the twins can sometimes get confused themselves as Zoe says they’re having trouble with their names.

 

"There's no Bowie. They call each other Cy! We're like, 'You're Cy, and that's Bowie,' and they're like, 'Cy?'"

 

 

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The pair hate spending time apart as their mum reveals how the boys keep in tune.

 

“As soon as they hear the other one crying or if the other one leaves the vicinity that one isin, immediately it’s like they perk up and they’re like, ‘Cy?’

 

“They walk and they have to find each other.

 

“But then they just cross paths and sit on opposite sides of the room, but check each other out.”

 

 

And as many parents can relate, Zoe and Marco love spending their time simply observing their growing boys.

 

"It's like we wake up to go to a children's museum, and the kids are the subjects," the actress said. "That's all we do, is just observe them."

 

 

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