MailOnline readers share lookalike mum and daughter pictures

We’re not sisters! Femail readers share jaw-dropping snaps of their mini-me offspring and reveal the secrets to their youthful looks – so, can YOU can tell the mothers and daughters apart?

  • Last week, MailOnline shared the stories of four mums and mini-me daughters
  • We were promptly flooded with readers’ pictures from more youthful mothers
  • One glamorous 40-year-old is often mistaken for her 21-year-old daughter’s twin
  • A youthful 59-year-old credits her wrinkle-free complexion to using sunscreen
  • Scroll down to see if you can guess their ages from looking at their pictures 

They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree and these lookalike mother-and-daughter duos are certainly living proof of that.

Last week, MailOnline shared the stories of four mums and their mini-me children who looked so alike they are mistaken for sisters — and were promptly flooded with photos from readers who share an uncanny resemblance to their offspring.

One glamorous 40-year-old is often mistaken for her 21-year-old daughter’s twin (with the help of a little Botox), while one youthful 59-year-old credits her wrinkle-free complexion to wearing SPF and sun hats. 

Here, they share their stories with us – and reveal what it is that keeps them young.  

Ellie Weston, left, from Kingston-Upon-Thames, says she and her mother are regularly mistaken for being the same age. She told MailOnline: ‘So many people have come up to us thinking that we are twins, even though I’m 21 and my mum has just turned 40! My mum uses face creams every night and has bit of Botox to keep her looking youthful’

Stephanie Evans, left, from Nuneaton, Warwickshire with her mother Claudia. Despite the age difference – Stephanie is 27 and her mum is 62 – she says: ‘To be honest she looks 20 years younger than she is! My mum is Sicilian so is a fantastic cook, we joke it’s the olive oil diet that keeps us looking youthful’

Stephanie Evans, 27, from Nuneaton, Warwickshire with her mother Claudia, 62, who she says is the ‘best mum ever’. She told MailOnline: ‘She takes care of her skin moisturises every night and morning, she never uses soap on her face, splashes it with cold water every morning. We both go to the gym together and enjoy exercise classes’

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Lynette Falconer sent in this photograph in response to our piece on doppelgänger mums and daughters, and the 55-year-old mother and 31-year-old daughter could be twins

Laura Savage, 31 (left) with her 12-year-old daughter Shyla from Basingstoke, Hampshire. Laura told MailOnline: ‘We are constantly mistaken for sisters or friends, and I tell cold callers at the door I am only 15 to get rid of them!’

Laura Savage (left in both pictures) is 19 years older than her daughter Shyla, 12 but the pair’s resemblance is uncanny. She told MailOnline: ‘We get mistaken for sisters all the time. I very rarely ever wear make up other than eyes, charcoal face wash daily’

Louise Stoner, left, with her 16-year-old daughter Jolie pictured at Christmas. Louise, who is 38, says they often get mistaken for sisters.  Louise says Jolie’s school friends follow her on Instagram adding: ‘The boys from school think I’m good looking and regularly update her with what I’ve been up to at the weekend- they watch my Insta stories!’

Louise Stoner, 38, and her daughter Jolie, 16, pictured together on a Sunday dinner date (left) and on a recent trip to London (right). Louise said: ‘It’s totally an ego boost when I hear my daughter say, “I’m not going to tell you what my friends were saying about you as it will give you a big head” but a bit of flattery doesn’t harm anyone!’

Angela McDonald, 45, from Glasgow with her daughter Naomi, 26; the pair often get told they look alike. Angela says: ‘We don’t see it but are often told by family, friends and strangers’

Jenna McKenna, right, with her 17-year-old daughter. She told MailOnline: ‘We too often get mistaken for sisters or friends… people even think my four-year-old belongs to my 17-year-old!’

Imogen Wellsbury, 24 (right) with her mother Jane Wellsbury, 50. Imogen, from Wolverhampton, West Midlands, told MailOnline: ‘Me and my mum are always mistaken for sisters and she is 50. She looks amazing for it! My mum enjoys the gym and grabbing on to any skincare or make up products to give her a youthful look’

Susan Buchan, 59 (right) from Plymouth with daughter Jane Turk, 26, from Bristol. She says the pair look ‘very alike’ and once got mistaken for sisters. Susan credits her youthful looks to ‘Yoga, swimming and going to the gym all help plus eating a sensible diet – where possible cooking from scratch’ as well as keeping off alcohol, not smoking, and keeping out of the sun

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