Lisa Wilkinson has been enjoying a well-earned break over the Christmas and New Year period, spending quality time with her family on an amazing trip to America.
While she’s been sharing plenty of photos along the way, it was one of her daughter Billi that really caught everyone’s attention with plenty noting just how similar the pair look!
Lisa shared a snap of the pair floating in a pool in Hawaii, with Billi sporting one of her dad’s trademark red bandanas.
“Who says red bandanas aren’t cool? PS. He’s not getting it back!” Lisa wrote.
It wasn’t long before the comments started rolling in with people saying Billi was the spitting image of her gorgeous mum.
It’s not the first time Lisa has posted a proud mother-daughter pic, sharing a number of happy snaps of the pair in the past.
One of Lisa’s own throwback photos to her days as a young journalist show just how similar the pair really are.
On this sad day as #CLEO magazine closes, sweet memories of a different time. This was my first-ever Editor's Letter pic I posed for back in 1985. So sad that what was once a fertile breeding ground for sassy young female journalists – think @miafreedman @deborahthomas10 @paulajoye #wendysquires @nbonython & brilliant photographers like @carlottamoye – is no more. For my letter of fond farewell to CLEO after spending ten years in the Editor's chair, go to @huffpostau website or my Twitter feed. Thoughts, most importantly, are with all those who lost their jobs today. Vale. #LisaWilkinson
They’re not the only mother-daughter duo to bare a striking resemblance. Last year, fans were blown away when Bette Midler attended an event with her daughter, Sophie.
The pair look so alike that many were confused as to which was which at first glance!
There are a number of other celeb mother-daughter duos who look alike, with Meryl Streep’s daughters all taking after her.
Of course it’s not just celebs! Plenty of us have sons and daughters who take after us or our partners!
For many, it’s amazing to watch out kids grow up and turn into mini versions of ourselves over the years.