Could you restate the problem?
As given, it's a silly question . . .
Two coins are tossed twice each.
Find the probability that the head appears on the first toss
and the same faces appear in the two tosses. . Is this right?
If there must be a Head in the first toss of the two coins
. . and the same face appears in ALL the tosses,
. . then both coins must have Heads ... both times.
Of the possible outcomes,
. . exactly one satisfies the condition: .