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Mother-Daughter Duo Cindy Crawford And Kaia Gerber Cover Vogue Paris Together

We're just going to say it: the genes in this family are ridiculous.

Are those twins? Nope. That's mother-daughter duo Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber covering the April issue of Vogue Paris, and, like you, we still can't wrap our heads around the genetics in this family.

On Monday, the French glossy debuted their latest cover ('90s vibes, anyone?) which shows Gerber, 14, alongside her 'is she or isn't she retired?' supermodel mother. The brunette beauties, photographed by Mario Testino and styled by Emmanuelle Alt, each sport biker jackets, hoop earrings, nude lips and winning smiles. Both bear their fresh signature look: a dark lined eye and a naturally bushy eyebrow.

Crawford, 50, took to Twitter saying, "Such a special moment sharing a cover with my daughter."

And this isn't the first time Crawford and Gerber have appeared next to each other on a shoot — the two have previously starred in a special Mother's Day campaign for JC Penney together nearly four years ago.

Morning girls hike 💋•

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It's shaping up to be one major week for Kaia who has also landed a coveted spot in the #WangSquad, scoring her biggest campaign yet with Alexander Wang.

#WANGSS16 at @expg_nyc. see more on @WANGSQUAD

A photo posted by Kaia Gerber (@kaiagerber) on

The spring ads, shot by Steven Klein, features Gerber in a rainbow-coloured knit T-shirt and black trousers with white detailing. The young It girl is shown sitting on a kitchen counter in one photo, eating a bagel and living her best life.

@WANGSQUAD initiation at @erinmckennasbakery. thank you @AlexanderWangNY. #WANGSS16 @stevenkleinstudio

A photo posted by Kaia Gerber (@kaiagerber) on

What can we say? Kaia is ready to take over the fashion world and she's learning from the best along the way.

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