Cindy Crawford’s Daughter, Kaia, Knows They Can’t Stop Twinning

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We're not the only ones who noticed! Cindy Crawford and her daughter, Kaia Gerber, share the same lush brows, gorgeous brunette tresses and, yes, a nearly identical sense of style. And according to Gerber, 14, the twinning doesn't stop there. 

"When I look at my mom, aside from physical features (of course), we share many of the same mannerisms," the teen model, whose dad is Rande Gerber, told Teen Vogue in an interview with her mom. "I notice it when looking back on past videos of her. I don't know if it's genetic, or something I've just caught onto, but our actions mimic one another."

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And that's a good thing, especially when it comes to her on-set behavior. "I've watched you be nothing but kind to everyone on set, from the photographer to the caterer," Gerber told her mom. Crawford, 50, replied, "I'm excited you understand what I’ve done most of my life. I look back and appreciate it all — traveling, connecting with people through photography. You’re having fun, but also learning that it’s hard work!"

The Becoming author has said multiple times that while she's proud of her daughter's success, she wants her to hold onto her childhood for as long as she can. (Crawford herself didn't start modeling until 17.) That said, the '90s icon, who's behind the Meaningful Beauty skincare line, wanted to clear the air on one point.

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"Even though her dad and I have always taken pictures of Kaia, her first real modeling job was for Versace when she was 10 years old," Crawford explained. "We allowed her to do it because it was with a great team. She loved shooting for Donatella Versace with Mert [Alas] and Markus [Piggott]." (Ed. note: The photographers were also behind Kendall Jenner's just-released first Vogue cover.)

The House of Style alum continued, "I chaperoned her and I knew besides getting great pictures, she would have fun. Because she didn’t do another modeling job right away, the media falsely said I was pulling her back from it. The truth is, there aren’t that many incredible opportunities for young girls, and I only wanted her to have great experiences."

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