Fairy gene! 9-year-old “most beautiful twins” with millions of popular hot moms look exposed online riots

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A pair of 9-year-old twin sisters Leah Rose and Ava Marie in California, USA, with fresh angelic faces and gleaming round eyes. They are hailed as “the most beautiful in the world “The girl” was immediately spotted by the modeling agency, and after their family portrait photos were exposed, a large number of netizens rioted. The family is all fairy genes.

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On July 7, 2017, the 37-year-old mother, Jaqi Clements, posted the first photo of her daughters on Instagram on the twins’ 7th birthday. The high-looking sisters immediately became the topic of netizens and were continuously reposted. Sharing, it became a big star overnight, and now has nearly 1.87 million followers. Well-known brands Nike, Disney, Mattel and Target Department Store have all come to cooperate with them.

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However, this move has attracted criticism from many netizens, believing that the mother Jia Qi’s concept of parenting is incorrect, and that she is using the beauty of the child to make money. Some people even criticized that the twin sisters posing for a photo look very sad; against netizens Jia Qi expressed that Leah and Ava love to be models, and all work is arranged after school or weekends and holidays, so as not to affect schoolwork.

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In addition, Jia Qi also shared her views with netizens. When they see children doing similar jobs, many people think that parents rely on them to make a lot of money, but she and her husband Kevin (Kevin) have to invest more money instead. The purpose is to support the children to do what they like, and the money earned by the sisters at this stage can also be used as funds for future college and car purchases, which is not as negative as everyone thinks.

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