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Fans of Reese Witherspoon are by now well aware of just how much her daughter, Ava Phillippe, looks like her.
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Still that doesn't stop them from commenting on it anytime the star shares a photo of the two together!
Fans are always stopped in their tracks and made to admire their stunning beauty, and impressive genes, and her latest photo seriously proves it more than ever.
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Reese took to Instagram to share an adorable snapshot from a weekend well spent with family, and she reminded fans not only that her and Ava are truly twins, but that the good looks, and mother-daughter similarities, are seriously strong in the Witherspoon household.
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The adorable family portrait sees Reese and Ava plus the actress' mother, Betty, sitting side by side enjoying some good ol' Sunday brunch.
The three ladies could easily be triplets, and share the same bright blonde hair and equally bright smile.
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The heartwarming family photo
The Sweet Home Alabama lead is seen sporting a white button-down blouse paired with gold jewelry, and her daughter is coordinating with her quite fittingly by wearing a white tank top with layered necklaces and her hair is in braids.
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Then, the matriarch of the family is wearing a black blouse accessorized with a long pearl necklace and a Gucci crossbody bag, plus she topped the weekend look off with red lipstick.
Denise Van Outen enjoys a day out to LegoLand with beau Jimmy Barba
Heading to LEGOLAND in Windsor for a day out with beau Jimmy Barba and their respective daughters, the TV personality dubbed it 'such a fun day', sharing a slew of snaps to Instagram.Heading to LEGOLAND in Windsor, the TV personality, 48, dubbed it 'such a fun day', sharing a slew of snaps to Instagram as she gave her 674k followers an insight.
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Reese has made it very clear where her good looks come from
The mother-of-three captioned the sweet photo, which was taken as they sat in front of a stunning floral wallpaper, with: "Sunday Brunch crew," alongside a heart, avocado, and fried egg emoji, and what a stunning crew it is!
Fans did not hesitate to inundate the comments section with compliments, writing: "Love this so much!!" and: "This genetic omg," as well as: "Awww, three beautiful ladies," plus another fan also added: "Three generations of strong beautiful women."
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For Naomi Judd's family, tour is a chance to grieve, reflect .
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Fans of Naomi Judd, the late matriarch of the Grammy-winning country duo The Judds, will have a chance to say goodbye and rejoice in their hits in a final tour helmed by daughter Wynonna and all-star musical partners. The Judd family continues to grieve her sudden death during a year that should have been a celebration. The tour was announced only weeks before Naomi Judd, 76, took her life on April 30, the day before their induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame.“It’s devastatingly beautiful to go back to the past and relive some of these memories,” said Wynonna Judd this week as she sat on a tour bus after rehearsals.