All smiles as they posed for photos at the Bottega Veneta 2018 Fashion Show at the New York Stock Exchange, Julianne Moore and her daughter Liv Freundlich look like they could be the same person.
Between their vibrant hair, almond-shaped eyes and a wide smile, Liv is a dead-ringer of her mom, just a few years younger.
"She is a wonderful student and a really great girl and an interested person," she told People earlier this year. "When she was really little, she said, 'You know mommy, some people get really scared when they watch movies but I don't because I know that they've made everything up.' She always understood the concept of illusion and I think she understands that with fashion as well."
When Liv was 11, her resemblance to her mother was striking.
Now that she is getting older, the resemblance is even more stunning.
The Still Alice actress has had her success in Hollywood with great roles in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Boogie Nights, and most recently Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
In addition to Liv, Julianne and her husband, Bart Freundlich, are also parents to their 20-year-old son, Caleb. The actress and director ended up marrying in 2003.
In spite have having famous parents, Julianne said that their kids are very down-to-earth.
"They live a regular life. I make breakfast for them, my husband drives them to school and we all go to basketball games,"� she told Australia's Daily Telegraph in 2016. "Both my kids play a lot of basketball "� my son's a really, really good player."�
The 57-year-old Oscar-winning actress and her daughter clearly have a love for fashion because they were spotted sitting in the front row of the Ralph Lauren show in 2016.
Now in 2017 the teen has sprouted and now she is looking for like her mother.
She clearly gets her height from her father, but if you look closely at her facial structure, she is her mother's daughter.
Now if that isn't the face of a proud mother, I don't know what is!
Even though she looks so much like her mother, they are actually quite different in personality.
"She's just her own person,"� the actress explained. "What's amazing is how quickly that happens. My mother said, about me and my sister and brother, "�You are who you are. You aren't any different from the day you were born.' I remembered that distinctly when my kids were born, because they came with very specific temperaments."�