Move over Chicago West and Kim Kardashian, for there is a new twinning mother and daughter duo in town and today, it’s all about Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner. Yep, not long after Kourtney’s video that majorly resembled Kris, it’s KoKo’s turn.

For Mother’s Day on Sunday in the US (don’t panic fellow Brits, because our’s has been and gone for the year… phew!), Khloe posted a series of pictures on Instagram to celebrate her mum.

And if the snaps weren’t enough to induce our treasured Tracy Beaker saying: “It’s hay fever”, KoKo added the most adorable caption *tissues at the ready*. In the lengthy paragraph, she wrote: “You are pure perfection and I can’t imagine a second without you. I love you mommy!!”. Kris even commented back: “I love you more than you can ever imagine 💖🙏💕💗💞”. Cute, right?

However, our main focus is not on what the youngest Kardashian daughter wrote, but this one picture, in particular, that had us doing a double-take. As far as we know, the Kar-Jenner family do not have a set of twins amongst them, but this picture has us second-guessing everything that we *thought* we knew.

Scroll to the fifth pic:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CdUVgvXpX6V/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loading

A post shared by Khloé Kardashian (@khloekardashian)

Needless to say, we did in fact pass our Biology GCSE and know how genes work, so it’s not too much of a surprise that the pair look alike. Yet, the matching smokey eye, dewy skin, and plump glossy lip glam does make the two look like sisters, or even, twins!

Though, this isn’t the first time Khloe and Kris have been caught twinning. Remember that one time on KUWTK when the Good American founder dressed up as her momager? Iconic. At the time, Khloe even said: “PS I never thought I looked so similar to my mom until I put on this wig.”

Well, now that you mention it Khlo, we’ll be forever wishing that one day you’ll take the plunge and make that wig a reality with a matching Kris Jenner pixie cut. There are always hair extensions if you regret the chop…

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