Catherine Zeta-Jones & Daughter Carys Are Stunning Twins in This Photo

Apr 9, 2018 at 12:58 p.m. ET
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Catherine Zeta-Jones and daughter Carys (with husband Michael Douglas) have recently been spotted out on the town twinning — and winning at fashion. The mother-daughter pair looks ridiculously alike, what with their dark locks and chic ensembles. They recently attended an event together for Dolce & Gabbana at the New York Metropolitan Opera House, which Zeta-Jones shared video of on her Instagram yesterday. Let's just say we've never looked this fab in any photo with our moms.

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Zeta-Jones captioned the clip, "Just arriving at the Dolce and Gabbana show with Carys. We are so excited."

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Catherine Zeta-Jones and daughter with Michael Kors
Image: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Michael Kors

Carys is almost 15 and has a brother, Dylan, as well as an older half-brother, Cameron (Michael Douglas' son with his first wife, Diandra Luker).

Zeta-Jones and Carys (whose full name is Carys Zeta Douglas) also stole the show at the Michael Kors Collection Spring 2018 Runway Show in September 2017. Zeta-Jones rocked an all-black outfit, while Carys added a pop of bright yellow in the form of a patterned miniskirt. Their shoes? Nearly matching. Again, we never made it a point to match shoes with our moms. And apparently, we missed out.

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On the way to the September Kors show, Zeta-Jones posted a sweet Instagram video clip of her and her "petite fille" — "my little daughter," Zeta-Jones clarifies.

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The two are obviously super-close and share a passion for fashion. Carys also likes to return her mom's social media love with throwback pics, like this sweet snap last Mother's Day.

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The caption is adorable: "thank you mummy for endless laughs, I love you endlessly. Happy Mother's Day."

Yup, Zeta-Jones and her mini-me are definitely #MotherDaughterGoals. Maybe we'll start with trying to talk our daughters into matching Target bedroom slippers. No?

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