SEE IT: SACRAMENTO COUPLE HAS WORN MATCHING OUTFITS SINCE 1950

They're a prefect match. Francis and Rosemary Klontz have been coordinating their outfits since they started dating nearly 70 years ago, according to CBS News, which reports the pair will celebrate their 68th wedding anniversary next month. The Klontzes started dressing alike while they were high...

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