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AFL WAG Bec Judd has left fans seeing double when she stepped out with her lookalike sister, Kate Twigley for a swanky influencer event in Melbourne on Tuesday.
The 38-year-old TV presenter had her younger sister on hand to celebrate the new collection for Jaggad, the activewear brand she founded with her husband, retired footy player Chris Judd.
According to her Instagram post, Bec was thrilled to have WA-based Kate, 35, by her side.
"@teamjaggad launch events are back (and so nice to have my sister @katetwigley over from Perth)!" Bec captioned a series of snaps from the day.
She also made sure to congratulate model and fitness entrepreneur Laura Henshaw on another 'killer' collaboration with the brand.
Decked out in head-to-toe Jaggad, Bec and Kate took part in a Pilates class with other famous faces such as Love Island's Tayla Damir, former Bachelorette Georgia Love and Olympian Morgan Mitchell.
Over in the comments section of Bec's post, her followers couldn't quite get over how similar the siblings looked.
"Hottest sissy’s," wrote fellow WAG Nadia Bartel.
Insta star Hannah Polites called the pair "Twins!" as did many others.
"Wow those genes in your family!!" remarked a fan.
While Bec says the sisters are very close these days, that wasn't the case when they were younger.
"During school and high school we used to fight so much - I think I've still got scars on my arm from cat fights with my sister. We used to drive each other bananas!" Bec revealed on the Show + Tell podcast in 2017.
That's all in the past, however, and Bec has even paid a sweet tribute to her sister by choosing 'Kate' as her daughter Billie's middle name.
Bec also shares three other children — son Oscar, 9, and four-year-old twins Tom and Darcy — with her husband, former AFL player Chris Judd.
Bec and Kate were reunited with their mum Kerry back in February after almost a year apart due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bec courted controversy last year during Melbourne's lockdown when she shared some strong opinions on social media. She branded the State Premier Dan Andrews ‘dictator Dan’ in an Instagram post she swiftly deleted and later sported a 'Free Melbourne' t-shirt.
Both posts were met with backlash, with many people pointing out that the former model and her family were living in a $7.3 million mansion throughout lockdown.
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