Out of all the people in the world, it’s mothers who do the toughest job. No matter when or where they are always ready to play their role as a mother. You all know that even when the whole world is against you, your mother would stand by your side supporting you.
Mothers are so special that we love them dearly and would always want to make them feel special and proud. And for moms who have daughters, one proud moment is when people say that their girl looks the same as her. So today we thought of bringing you some lovely pics of daughters who have recreated their mother’s looks for Mother’s Day. Scroll down to have a look at how amazing the recreations are.
A lovely daughter named Paige Leneigh who recreated her mom Coya Robinson’s look was retweeted a number of times and had received lovely feedback from people from around the world. “I was inspired to recreate my mom’s photos after she showed me some photos of her from the ’90s at my age the week before Mothers’s Day!” she had shared with Bored Panda.
Her mom had also had the same swag and aura during her age and she had said that she was surprised by it. For Paige, it had not been that tough to take her mom’s lovely look. As she’s a fashion designer and a stylist gathering clothes that look the same had been easy work.
Just like them almost all of the people in the world celebrate Mother’s Day in a beautiful manner. But one difference is that the date is not the same in each and every country. Out of all the countries, it’s Norway that celebrates Mother’s Day first and it falls on the second Sunday of February. And the ones who honor mothers, at last, are the Indonesians, their Mother Day is on the 22nd of December.
So what do you think about these lovely recreations done by daughters? Comment below and share your thoughts with us.
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