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Not one but two Girl Fridays! Identical twins Corinne Wright and Kristi Bradley are proud Gladstone girls.
Not one but two Girl Fridays! Identical twins Corinne Wright and Kristi Bradley are proud Gladstone girls. Tom Huntley

IDENTICAL twins Corinne Wright and Kristi Bradley have always managed to find each other in their journeys outside of the Gladstone region.

The pair have once again reunited and are both working at St Francis Catholic Primary School.

The 34-year-olds are fit and fabulous; Corrine is a PE teacher and Kristi is a teacher-aid, currently doing a degree in education.

Lucky for confused work colleagues, Corrine recently cut her hair short.

Kristi is older by seven minutes and the girls grew-up with a tight-knit family in Gladstone.

Not one but two Girl Fridays! Identical twins Kristi Bradley and Corinne Wright are proud Gladstone girls.
Not one but two Girl Fridays! Identical twins Kristi Bradley and Corinne Wright are proud Gladstone girls. Tom Huntley

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